How YouTube Keeps Broadcasting Inside Russia’s Digital Iron Curtain

After months of war against Ukraine, Moscow continues to let its own citizens access YouTube, leaving a conspicuous hole in its efforts to control what Russians see and hear about the conflict.

The video streaming service, owned by alphabet Google is one of the few places where Russians can view and discuss images of the war from independent sources. Russia has domestic access to many other major platforms – including news sites and Facebook– since the beginning of the conflict.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-youtube-keeps-broadcasting-inside-russias-digital-iron-curtain-11659951003 How YouTube Keeps Broadcasting Inside Russia’s Digital Iron Curtain

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