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YouTube finds influence campaign tied to Hong Kong protests

Reuters Thursday, 22 August 2019
Alphabet Inc's Google announced on Thursday that its YouTube streaming video service disabled 210 channels appearing to engage in a coordinated influence operation around the Hong Kong protests, days after Twitter and Facebook said they dismantled a similar campaign originating in mainland China.
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