Google has ignored warnings about pro-ISIS content on its social media platform, Google Plus, according to users who flagged posts to the company and an expert who said he flagged the content directly to Google.
Despite those actions, a trio of pro-ISIS communities were active on Google Plus on Wednesday after the company was notified of them more than nine months ago.
The company removed the groups from Google Plus between Wednesday and Thursday after The Hill asked about them.
The largest pro-terror community, called Victory of the Sunnis of Iraq, was initially reported by a member of the Google Plus community called Freedom+.
Google Plus's user policy specifically bars pro-terrorist content.