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Should Facebook and Twitter Remove the Accounts of Terrorist Organisations?
Facebook and Twitter should remove accounts of terrorist organisations, such as ISIS, from their sites.
Facebook and Twitter are legally obliged to delete accounts affiliated with terrorism.
Terrorist organizations are a threat to people all around the world.
Facebook and Twitter have the ability to weaken operations of organizations like ISIS by erasing their presence on these sites.
Facebook and Twitter are moving into the direction of removing accounts already.
Terrorist activity on Facebook and Twitter is useful to the development of counter-terrorism operations.
Removing accounts of terror organizations sets a dangerous precedent for other countries to fight their 'terrorists'.
Limiting terrorists' activities online limits basic rights on the internet.
Eliminating all accounts linked to terror organisations would be burdensome for both Twitter and Facebook.
Facebook and Twitter should not take political positions.
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