Here are my thoughts: 1. Grow local “Youtubes”. When you remove outside competition, this allows local streaming sites like Youku or Tudou to gain market share.
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China has blocked access to Google News and YouTube in an apparent attempt to stop the spread of video footage related the rioting going on in several cities in Tibet, including the capital Lhasa.
The ban comes directly from Chinese regulators, who cited an old policy that's rarely enforced, according to Niko Partners senior analyst Daniel Ahmad, who covers the gaming industry in China. Why GOOGLE FACEBOOK & YOUTUBE banned in China | … Jul 25, 2020 TikTok: How app got caught up in the US-China clash - BBC News
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Apr 19, 2019 · This Leica Video Just Got ‘Leica’ Banned in China. Apr 19, 2019. Michael Zhang. Share. Tweet. 0. The original upload on YouTube was up for just a few before it was abruptly removed. It Youtube is not the only social media website blocked in China. Facebook was also blocked in 2009, along with Twitter, Picasa, Blogspot and Vimeo. As these social media websites are based in Western countries (mostly the United States), China cannot force them to filter content for Chinese users. Jun 29, 2020 · TOPLINE. YouTube on Monday terminated channels belonging to high-profile white supremacists Stefan Molyneux, Richard Spencer and David Duke, as major social media sites move more aggressively to May 26, 2020 · YouTube may have added 五毛 and the other banned Chinese phrase, “共匪 (communist bandit)” to its automated content filter system, which scans comments for spam and offensive text. May 26, 2020 · Who at Google decided to censor American comments on American videos hosted in America by an American platform that is already banned in China? — Palmer Luckey (@PalmerLuckey) May 26, 2020 YouTube has been banned a few times but the most prominent one was in 2008 during the riot for the independence of China. The Chinese government didn’t want its bad image spread everywhere so they did the easiest approach they find doable at that time (Until now) – blocking YouTube.