October 23, 2019

ISIS turns to teen-friendly social media sites to spread propaganda

By Kara Frederick

CNAS Fellow Kara Frederick joins Fox & Friends First to discuss the content moderation and counterterrorism challenges associated with the use of social media app TikTok for ISIS propaganda, as well as the continued problem of disinformation campaigns sponsored by illiberal actors.

Listen to the full conversation and more in Fox News.

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