YouTube, Facebook and other internet corporations could have legal action taken against them if they fail to cease extremist videos from being viewed on their websites by people in Britain.

This comes after Google publicly apologised this week after the growing scandal over extremist videos on YouTube led to a series of companies pulling their adverts from the internet giant. Once it begins to hit the advertising revenue, censorship follows.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has expressed discontent at internet companies that publish extremist content, saying, “the ball is in their court” over taking action.

Internet rights groups are concerned that this ‘censorship’ will lead to a lack of transparency over what is happening abroad and is merely a cover-up. Videos of the Arab Spring uprisings across the Middle East broadcast on websites such as YouTube and LiveLeak assisted the world in seeing what the media didn’t always show.

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John Dickey
One way to help get rid of media that help spread the liberal and terrorist agenda, is to QUIT USING THEM. They get their money from THE ADVERTISING on the sites. The more people click on the ads and videos, the more they can charge companies to advertise on their media. If you are complaining about what they allow, then QUIT USING THEM, and use other media. I quit using google (not capitalized on purpose) many years ago, and went to DuckDuckGo, because they say they do not track me. There are other browsers that say they do not track… Read more »