Google free to censor content, rules US court
Appeals court rejects conservative news outlet’s claims that YouTube breached first amendment by censoring its content.× Copy URL The Google and YouTube logos are seen at the entrance to the Google offices in Los Angeles, California. YouTube, the Google-owned video service, welcomes a court ruling that it is not a state actor subject to first amendment constraints. – AFP pic, February 27, 2020. TECH giants, including Google, are free to censor content as they wish, a US court ruled yesterday, in a landmark freedom-of-speech case concerning private internet platforms. The decision by San Francisco’s ninth circuit appeals court rejected a conservative news outlet’s claims that YouTube had breached the first amendment by censoring its content. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access! Read more: TheMalaysianInsight
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