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YouTube deletes videos with election fraud allegations

D.YouTube no longer bans videos of large-scale election fraud allegations in the November 3 US presidential election. Internet service said Wednesday that several states have now certified their election results and an election winner has been determined. In addition, a “safe port” deadline expired on Tuesday, during which legal disputes related to election results at the state level must be resolved.

“Therefore, we will begin to remove the content uploaded today or later, which will mislead the public by claiming that widespread fraud or mistakes changed the outcome of the 2020 US presidential election,” YouTube said.

For example, this includes videos of voting machines allegedly manipulating votes from one candidate to another. News videos or comments on the topic will continue to be uploaded if provided with adequate context. YouTube has recently been criticized for allowing misinformation about election results.

Trump refuses to acknowledge his ouster

YouTube mother Google Meanwhile, it was announced that the pre-election ban on political advertising would be lifted. By banning election advertising, Google wanted to prevent the spread of misinformation about the election.

The current Donald who lost the presidential election Trump He still refuses to admit he was fired and has been committing fraud for weeks without any evidence. Election officials and experts firmly denied the allegations, saying Democrat Joe Biden had won the election legally. The Trump camp failed with dozens of lawsuits and other appeals, most recently Tuesday in the U.S. Supreme Court.

The nationwide 538 voters of the Electoral College, which ultimately determined the president, will go to the polls next Monday. பிடன் It won 306 voters in the November 3 by-election. He has at least 270 to win. Voter votes will be counted in the U.S. Congress on January 6th. Biden took office on January 20.

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