YouTube Bans Calls to Violence

Sep 12, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Major Web video site YouTube is prohibiting clips that incite violent actions from being shared on its service, the Washington Post reports. The move comes after criticism from Senator Joseph Lieberman, who says that the site was not active enough in banning clips that could inspire terrorist behavior. The site had already taken steps to remove clips associated with al-Qaeda, which were mostly the subject of Lieberman’s concerns.
—Sergio Ibarra

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