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Silicon Valley Is Trying To Prevent Hate Speech. Is It Working?

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Gab, which has served as a home for the far-right online community, is now down after various platforms refused to host it. (Towfiqu Photography/Getty Images)

Gab.ai is like Twitter without any restrictions. Gab is also where a man named Robert Bowers posted comments before allegedly shooting and killing 11 people in a Pittsburgh synagogue. Today: what Silicon Valley is doing to prevent hate speech online.
Guest: Rachael Myrow, KQED reporter

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