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RIT team wins global U.S. State Department challenge aimed at combating terrorism

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"It's Time: ExOut Extremism," a social media campaign created by Rochester Institute of Technology students, took top prize in a global challenge conducted by the U.S. State Department aimed at finding ways to counter terrorist propaganda online.

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A team of RIT students took top prize in a global challenge to combat terrorism.

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