YouTube suspends Trump channel, removes video due to 'potential of violence'

13 Janvier, 2021, 23:25 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
  • The suspended Twitter Inc. account of U.S. President Donald Trump on a smartphone arranged in Washington D.C. U.S. on Saturday Jan. 9 2021. Twitter permanently banned Trump's personal account on Friday for breaking its rules against glorifying

YouTube is the latest big tech platform to have taken action against content posted by Trump.

"We are proud of our Constitution and stand by those who seek to uphold it to ensure that the will of the people is upheld and a peaceful transition of power takes place", she wrote. This is not the government cracking down on a citizen. "The San Francisco Police Department is committed to facilitating the public's right to First Amendment expressions of free speech".

YouTube said he can not upload new content to his channel, which had about 2.8 million subscribers, for at least seven days.

"People thought that what I said was totally appropriate", Trump said Tuesday. "If that many were reported, why wasn't there at least some suspensions along the way?" said Dr. Jackson.

Other platforms including Facebook and Snapchat also have suspended Trump.

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Twitter cited the potential for future violence stemming from the president's tweets, particularly concerning the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. "They will not be disrespected or treated unfairly in any way, shape or form!"

In announcing the suspension last week, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said Trump used the platform to incite violent and was concerned he would continue to do so.

Meanwhile, House Republicans, led by Liz Cheney, say they will vote to impeach Trump in the House vote. Twitter's Trump lockout was also temporary at the beginning, until Trump got back on and continued to Trump. He commented, "I think that Big Tech is doing a disgusting thing for our country".

Mirabaud analyst Neil Campling said the ban shows the company is making editorial decisions, and opens the door to more regulation of social media under the next administration.

"Count me among those who believe that the president violated that standard". It has to be fair. YouTube users will also not be able to comment on older videos indefinitely.

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