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Morocco: YouTube is Blocked, and the Blogoma is Not Happy

Author: Jillian York, Global Voices, Published on: 27 May 2007

Late Friday night, a Moroccan in Washington D.C. broke the news that YouTube had been blocked in Morocco... 'Au début était le blog'...expressed dismay over the censure:... "The YouTube site is quite simply censored in Morocco by Maroc Telecom, [51%-owned] subsidiary of the Vivendi multinational [Vivendi Universal]! You read correctly: censorship still occurs in Morocco."... Youssef at Maghrebism [a website, wrote:]..."Vivendi Universal has its own department of Sustainable Development, promoting dialogue and social responsibility. Clearly they don’t promote that through the block of a major website?"

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Related companies: Maroc Telecom Vivendi YouTube (part of Alphabet)