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Tech Companies Race To Finally Enforce Policies After Charlottesville Violence

Nearly all the major technology services we've come to rely on have been negligent in enforcing their own user protection guidelines. Repeated calls to act on the Terms of Service these companies outlined for themselves without any meaningful response has arguably emboldened the worst elements taking root on them -- with years of simmering hatred brought to boil this weekend in Charlottesville.
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