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YouTube videos that allegedly taught Buffalo suspect to modify gun are still online 

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The videos the Buffalo shooting suspect allegedly used to modify his gun are still online despite appearing to violate YouTube’s community guidelines. NBC News’ Joshua Eaton reports on how gun advocacy groups want technology platforms like YouTube to strengthen their gun policies.