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YouTube tightens rules after David Icke 5G interview

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YouTube has banned all conspiracy theory videos falsely linking coronavirus symptoms to 5G networks.

Axar.az reports citing foreign media.

The Google-owned service will now delete videos violating the policy. It had previously limited itself to reducing the frequency it recommended them in its Up Next section.

The move follows a live-streamed interview with conspiracy theorist David Icke on Monday, in which he had linked the technology to the pandemic.

YouTube said the video would be wiped.

During the interview, Mr Icke falsely claimed there "is a link between 5G and this health crisis".

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2020.04.07 / 19:52
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