Radicalization and the Internet

We live in an age where information is at the tip of your finger. You literally can Google just about anything, and become familiar with new subjects. This can be liberating in many ways. Things that were impossible to find out, you can now. However, the internet has a very dark side. It can also be used to spread misinformation at speeds that make facts hard to catch up.

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