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Facebook, other tech giants beef up industry body to fight extremist content


World leaders pose for a family photo with Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg ahead of a meeting at the UN aimed at ramping up an industry body to weed out extremist content online. IMAGES

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