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"We don't believe that censoring the existence of ISIS on Google, YouTube or social media will dampen their impact really," said Google's chief counsel David Drummond. "We have to reach at-risk youth all over the world and divert them from hate and radicalisation."

Why does he think those two things are mutually exclusive?

Isn't it better to censor* and reach out to at-risk youths?

*You can argue that censorship is bad, but so is getting hit by flying body parts.

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