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Google and YouTube join in the “war” against knife crime

Google and YouTube join in the “war” against knife crime

crime, crime, London, London Mayor, Music, Social media
Google invested £600,00 in tackling the increase of knife crime in London. The money is used to help young people using social media to identify the violence contents and to prevent them from reposting. YouTube and Google work closely with the Mayor’s office for Policing and Crime to monitor the content shared online which can incite violence. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said to Metro, “He was pleased that leading online platforms have come together to ‘better identify and remove content that incites violence much more quickly’ as London continues to see an increase of gang and knife crime.” “We do concern about the violence in London and don’t want to make our products use to provoke violence.” Google managing director Ronan Harris said. This programme analysed the re
Greenwich stabbing: Why are the young carrying knives nowadays?

Greenwich stabbing: Why are the young carrying knives nowadays?

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan today announced a £600,000 grant from website to help charities tackle youth violence, shortly after an 18-year-old boy was stabbed to death at a flat in Greenwich town centre last Saturday. Due to the reduction of the police force? According to the statistics released by the Office for National Statistics, knife crime has surged by 16 per cent in the UK, compared with figure 12 months earlier. Figures from Metropolitan Police showed so far there have been at least 128 violent deaths in London, up from 116 in early 2018. The total of 14,987 knife crimes is among a high of 25,0287 violent offences recorded. Source: Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick, the head of Metropolitan Police, said early this year in a hearing that a whole series of social issues contrib
M16 chief calls for a new era spying

M16 chief calls for a new era spying

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The head of MI6 has warned Russia and other rogue states to not underestimate the UK's determination and capabilities. Alex Younger called for a new era of spying amid emerging threats. Speaking to students at the University of St Andrews, Younger warned of threats from enemies who regard themselves as being in a state of "perpetual confrontation" with the UK and describe how intelligence agencies are developing a "fourth generation" of spying. The UK has been facing a major increase in the number of cybercrimes in the past year according to the annual report of the National Cyber Security Centre. Alex Younger's speech comes after a shameless and daring attack on a retired double agent in England stoked fears about Russian covert activity abroad. In his second major speech s...