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Based on the recommendations, how should the Federal governments and social media companies work together to counter this threat?ISIS opponents are plentiful but may require assistance from the U.S. State Department, in the form of social media training and other engagements, to enhance the effectiveness and reach of their messaging. Of course, with al-Qa’ida and its affiliates counted among the ISIS opponents, care will have to be taken in selecting those suitable to train and empower.
Twitter should continue its campaign of account suspensions: This campaign likely harasses ISIS Twitter users, forces them to lose valuable time reacquiring followers, and may ultimately push some to use social media channels that are far less public and accessible than Twitter.
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