Over 70,000 videos about the war in Ukraine removed by YouTube

YouTube is taking “unprecedented action” to address content violations following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Unlike those platforms that were closed in Russia, including Facebook and Instagram, YouTube remains afloat. It is very popular in the Russian Federation and has not been closed, even despite the fact that opposition figures, for example, Alexei Navalny, post their […]

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