YouTube blocks Russian state channels

YouTube blocks Russian state channels


YouTube blocks Russian state channels

According to details, YouTube, the most popular video streaming website on the Internet, has blocked Russian state channels since the Ukraine war.

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According to foreign media reports, YouTube on Friday immediately blocked Russian-funded media outlets around the world. Earlier, after the attack in Ukraine, YouTube blocked advertising revenue through videos on Russia's state-run media outlet RT and all other TV channels.

According to reports, a statement issued by the YouTube administration said that Russia's invasion of Ukraine now falls under our policy of violent incidents, but that violating content would be removed.

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