Holocaust Remembrance Day Recognized Amid Era of Misinformation

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Misinformation and lies about the Holocaust are flooding the internet. The largest social media platforms officially ban Holocaust misinformation, but a recent study found that 84 percent of antisemitic posts stay up even after being flagged by users. Survivor Susan Warsinger says it’s painful to see the Holocaust distorted in politics and online. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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Holocaust Remembrance Day Recognized Amid Era of Misinformation