N.J. AG launches probe into Twitch, Discord after Buffalo shooting

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New Jersey’s attorney general has launched an investigation into two of the social media platforms used by the gunman in the racially motivated murder of 10 people in Buffalo, New York. The state Division of Consumer Affairs said it will probe whether Twitch, a video streaming service, and Discord, a chat app, are violating New Jersey law by advertising robust moderation services but still hosting violent and racist content. The announcement follows a similar move in New York, where the state’s attorney general, Letitia James, said she would investigate social media platforms used by the alleg…

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