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Diaspora social network cannot stop IS posts

The team behind a social network being used by Islamic State (IS) militants has admitted it cannot prevent the spread of extremist material. Diaspora is a decentralised network with data stored on many private servers which cannot be controlled by any single administrator. IS is believed to have switched to Diaspora after Twitter upped its efforts to block accounts.

via BBC News – Diaspora social network cannot stop IS posts.

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