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06/12/2015 02:55 PM ID: 100702 Permalink   

Anti-Radicalization Software Aims to Block Kids From "Extremist" Views


16 schools in the U.S. and five in the U.K. are currently testing a software called "Impero" that helps to keep a track of online activities of students and identifies kids at risk of radicalization.

The program raises alarms if students type any of a 1,000 suspect terms, including "YODO" (You Only Die Once), "jihadi bride" or "jihobbyist".

According to the latest revision of government´s "Prevent strategy", schools "have the duty to promote community cohesion and enact a focus on provision for pupils´ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development".

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