GOOGLE REMOVES 210 YOUTUBE CHANNELS IN HONG KONG MISINFORMATION CRACKDOWN

Google said Thursday that it had shut down 210 YouTube channels after the company learned they were tied to misinformation about the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

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