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Terrorism Online / Google / "Redirect" #1105230

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 26, 2016
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(London: Ronan Farrow) Research at Google on a new way to confront ISIS on the digital front of "bedroom radicals" examined; details given about the "redirect" principle. [Jigsaw head of R&D Yasmin GREEN††- says the Internet can be used to get to potential recruits before ISIS; explains the radicalization process.] [Radical's mother Sally EVANS - talks about her son on the computer & his death with Al Shabaab.] [Suhail AHMED - says anyone can become radicalized.] The outcome of Jigsaw's pilot redirect program outlined on screen.

Holt, Lester;
Farrow, Ronan

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