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Regulating social media to avoid messages of hate & intolerance

In the aftermath of the terror attack in Christchurch, governments all over the world are examining what they need to do to avoid a repeat of that tragedy.  While the government in New Zealand is particularly is looking at changing their rather liberal gun laws our government here in Australia are looking at changing regulations that will affect the big social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Google.

Michael is joined by Stephen Scheeler, the former Facebook CEO for Australia & New Zealand, to discuss what might be done to curtail the use of social media to spread messages of hate and intolerance.

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