PragerU sues Google, YouTube for 'censoring' conservative videos
October 26, 2017
PragerU, a conservative educational site, is suing Google and its subsidiary YouTube, accusing the video site of censoring its online videos because of their political leanings.
The company filed the suit on Monday, saying that YouTube had been “restricting” some of their videos, which cuts them off to viewers with certain parental settings and prevents them from generating ad revenue.
Read more at: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/356966-prageru-sues-google-youtube-for-censoring-conservative-videos
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