24 March 2017: The Weekly Takedown
by Jillian C. York | Mar 24 2017 |
- PRIDE: YouTube has responded to accusations from the LGBT+ community that videos containing same-sex content were placed behind the company’s new restricted mode.
- USER NOT FOUND: Twitter’s new transparency report shows that the company has suspended more than 600,000 accounts for terrorism-related activities since 2015.
- SPEECH!: The UK’s Solicitor General said Google should face prosecution under the Terrorism Act unless it removes content containing hate speech.
- CENSORED: An official from Fatah, the Palestinian Authority’s ruling party, claims that the US Embassy assisted in restoring the party’s page after it was removed for incitement.
Feb 23 2016
In this week's roundup: A satirical magazine, marijuana dispensaries, and a Tunisian photographer all face Facebook censorship.