In the News
Published: May 24, 2018
Publication: The Daily Caller
Google seemingly neglected to keep an eye on Google Plus after it failed to become a competitor to Facebook or Twitter, resulting in a plethora of pro-ISIS propaganda going unchecked.
“Kill them where you find them,” a 2017 post on Google plus says in Arabic and English, The Hill reports, in support of the 2017 Barcelona terror attack that took 12 lives, plus eight terrorists, and left 152 injured.