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The Internet Fuels Radicalization

Niki Cheong , Social Media Researcher, University of Nottingham UK

18-Mar-19 18:00

The Internet Fuels Radicalization

In the aftermath of the attacks in Christchurch, we look at the role that social media and the internet have played in propagating violence and extremism.

Produced by: Dhanya Nair, Julian Yap

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Kelvin Yee


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