Despite opening several antitrust investigations, GAFA are not impressed with the White House. In the middle of the number of votes, Twitter and Facebook accompany Trump’s most controversial statements with fake news banners. YouTube, on the other hand, is going on the offensive and has just demonstrated several videos on its platform showing Trump announcing his victory … although the voices seem to be leaning more towards Biden.
The American company also justifies the fact that it refuses to delete this controversial content: “Our regulations prohibit content that can mislead the viewer, for example by broadcasting incorrect information about the time, place or conditions of participation. We also prohibit any false explanation that could materially hinder the vote. The content of this video does not reach this level. “At the time of writing, the United States does not yet know the name of its next president.
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