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YouTube pulls down video spoof of protest anthem ‘Glory to Hong Kong’ over copyright infringement accusations
Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
The video-sharing platform YouTube… removed a controversial video version of the protest anthem Glory to Hong Kong with lyrics changed to be supportive of police and disparaging of the anti-government movement....
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Singapore: 'Fake News' law grants temporary exemptions so tech companies can implement compliance measures
Author: Prinyaka Boghani, S&P Global
"Google, Facebook given breathing room as Singapore enacts 'fake news' law," 03 October 2019...
Govts. of India, Russia & Turkey censor social media & blog content the most, according to new research
Author: Paul Bischoff, comparitech.com
"Which government censors the tech giants the most?" 1 Oct 2019...
Occupied Palestinian territory: The gathering of the Palestinian Journalists accuse whatsapp of blocking journalists' accounts
The Gathering of the Palestinian Journalists condemned and reported that popular messaging application WhatsApp banned on Friday, November 15, accounts of hundreds of Palestinian journalists reporting on Israeli violations in Gaza....
Author: Rebecca MacKinnon, Melissa Brown, and Jasmine Arooni, Ranking Digital Rights
"Digital rights 2020 outlook: Market realities and regulation are raising the bar", January 2020 ...
Author: Eliska Pirkova, Access Now
"Automation and illegal content: can we rely on machines making decisions for us?", 17 February 2020...
Author: @TeamYouTube (YouTube's official account on Twitter)
We want to confirm that videos that focus on coronavirus fall under the “sensitive topics” advertiser-friendly guideline. This is why they result in limited or no ads (yellow icons). ...
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