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Submission + - YouTube gives UK gov't powers to censor videos they don't like, even if legal (techdirt.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Over in the UK, where the government has been gradually censoring more and more of the internet over the past few years, Google has apparently agreed to give the UK government broad powers to "flag" videos they argue are bad, even if they're not illegal. Ostensibly, the goal is to block videos that "proliferate jihadi material."
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YouTube gives UK gov't powers to censor videos they don't like, even if legal

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