August 06, 2019

8chan dropped by internet service provider after being tied to 3 shootings this year

By Kara Frederick

Kara Frederick joins Heather Childers on Fox and Friends First to discuss how tech companies and the federal government should respond to violent extremist content on message boards like 8chan.

View the full conversation on Fox News.

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