Youtube is the Next Frontier in “Fake News” Propaganda and is being used to undermine the democratic process in the United States.
The internet giant is now playing a role in a vast and highly profitable industry that has made millions from the exploitation of false narratives, according to the watchdog group Free Press.
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The Washington Post reports that YouTube is also the world’s largest video sharing platform, with more than 3 billion monthly views.
It hosts more than 400 million videos, and has become a crucial battleground for the new technology and media industries.
The report says that a company called AdBlock Plus was the primary platform used to target conservative media and other conservative groups, and “was used to block hundreds of thousands of political ads, including those sponsored by Google, YouTube, and Facebook, from reaching conservative audiences.”
YouTube is not alone in this.
In 2017, AdBlock blocked ads that supported conservative politicians in the US Senate and US House of Representatives.
According to Free Press, the “AdBlock Plus ads that targeted conservative groups had an average CPC value of more than $1.8 million, which translates to about $2 million in revenue per day for the top four ad companies.”
The “Adblock Plus ads” were also the primary source of the AdBlock anti-censorship campaign that targeted the Trump administration.
The ad blocking campaign was one of the most visible anti-Trump measures implemented by the Trump campaign, and it was used in more than a hundred different ways, including blocking Trump and his associates, attacking his critics, and targeting the media.
The campaign was also used by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
But the campaign’s effectiveness was limited.
It did not stop the spread of fake news and propaganda that was designed to confuse and distract people, according the Free Press report.
In addition to the Adblock Plus campaign, the group also investigated the use of “unlawful ads” that are designed to sway voters in the future.
The group also found that AdBlock ads were used in several campaigns to sway people to vote for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election.
Free Press also found “a significant amount of AdBlock content that was also being used by the Russian government and the Democratic National Committee to influence US voters.”
The ads also targeted pro-Trump voters in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Georgia.
“As the media industry continues to push a disinformation campaign that is being run by the US and Russian intelligence agencies, the US is becoming increasingly vulnerable to the manipulation of disinformation by the internet giants, which are now in the business of propagandizing and silencing the American people,” Free Press President and CEO Evan Greer said.
“This is why we have launched a new campaign called ‘Stop the War on the American People,'” Greer added.
“We are asking Google, Facebook, and YouTube to end the War by stopping the fake news, false narratives that are being created by ad blockers.”
The Washington Times reports that the American Civil Liberties Union has already filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
“However, it’s clear that many of these companies have failed to do anything to prevent these ads from being used in this way. “
Google and other tech companies have been the primary users of the internet, with millions of people using Google’s ad-blocking tools to make sure their online shopping, and other online activities, remain anonymous,” Greer explained.
“However, it’s clear that many of these companies have failed to do anything to prevent these ads from being used in this way.
Google, Apple, Facebook and others have failed the American public, and we are taking this complaint to the FCC.”
The FCC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.