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YouTube censors North Carolina County government meeting

Article by MATT MCGREGOR of the The Epoch Times reports the following:

"A county board of commissioners in North Carolina is pushing back against tech giant Google after YouTube, owned by Google, deleted one of the board’s videos for allegedly violating YouTubes terms and conditions regarding medical misinformation.

After its June 16 meeting, the Henderson County Board of Commissioners video upload on YouTube was taken down, prompting commissioners to call an emergency meeting on Friday, June 18.

During the emergency meeting, the board directed staff to seek out other platforms on which the board’s meetings can be posted, as well as to find alternatives to Google products.

Henderson County’s budget includes about $400,000 for Google Chromebooks for the county’s public school system.

Though the Chromebooks have already been budgeted for fiscal year 2021, Lapsley said an equivalent to the Chromebooks that aren’t manufactured by Google will be considered for fiscal year 2022.

“We aren’t going to buy Google products whenever we have a choice,” Board of Commissioner Chairman William Lapsley told The Epoch Times."
 
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( July 14th, 2021 @ 9:00 pm )
 
All GOP run counties that use YouTube to show tapes of their commissioner meetings should move to the equivalent free speech site, Rumble, to avoid the left wing censorship of YouTube. All supporters of free speech need to migrate from the censored Big Tech social media sites to their free speech equivalent. MeWe is the closest one to Fakebook, and Gab or Parler would be similar to Twitter.
( July 14th, 2021 @ 6:22 pm )
 
Too bad that we do not have courts like that one in Germany to fine Google for its totalitarian censorship.



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