The Problem With Kevin Roose’s Essay on YouTube Radicalization

Favorable framing takes precedence over moral responsibility.

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In all manners familiar to news media, the world got first exposed to the woes of online radicalization through a blockbuster story courtesy of the New York Times by resident technology columnist, Kevin Roose. The story was thorough in its examination of…

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A. Khaled

A. Khaled

Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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