Lai Mohammed asks Google to dam terrorist groups on YouTube

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Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information, urged Google on Thursday to remove terrorist organizations from YouTube.

He made the request when a Google crew paid him a go to in Abuja.

The Minister acknowledged in a press launch signed by his spokeswoman, Segun Adeyemi, that “We urge Google to look into ways to deal with prohibited parties and terrorist organisations using private and unlisted YouTube channels and YouTube livestreams.”

“Channels and emails featuring the names of prohibited groups and their affiliates should not be permitted on Google services,” he acknowledged.

Mohammed, who acknowledged that Google is a hottest venue for IPOB, a banned terrorist group, urged Google to restrict IPOB entry to its platform for acts of violence and instability.

He claimed that Nigerians are among the many many most full of life social media clients on this planet, with over 100 million net clients, and that net platforms resembling Google, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, and WhatsApp enable Nigerians to work collectively, share ideas, earn a residing, and participate in social and political affairs.

However, the Minister well-known that these platforms are moreover utilised by unscrupulous folks or organisations for subversive and authorized operations.

According to Mohammed, the Federal Government of Nigeria has beneficial a “Code of Practice for Interactive Computer Service Platforms/Internet Intermediaries” in an effort to provide a framework for cooperatively defending Nigerian Internet platform consumers.

 

Mr. Charles Murito, Regional Director, Sub-Saharan Africa, Government Affairs and Public Policy at Google, acknowledged in his remarks that the platform has launched a programme referred to as “Trusted Sources.”

Mr. Charles Murito, Regional Director, Sub-Saharan Africa, Government Affairs and Public Policy at Google, acknowledged in his remarks that the platform has launched a program referred to as “Trusted Flaggers” for residents educated to hint and work together with on-line content material materials in an effort to flag content material materials of nice concern.

He acknowledged that the Google Online News Initiative Challenge would supply a $3.2 million grant to 30 media platforms, along with the Dubawa fact-checking platform, in appreciation of their creative efforts in data transmission.

Mr. Adene extra acknowledged that Google is ready to collaborate with the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture to digitise the not too way back returned antiquities in an effort to protect and promote them to a worldwide viewers by the use of Google Arts and Culture.

Source: Channel TV

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