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Why YouTube Keeps Demonetizing Videos of the Hong Kong Protests

The platform’s ‘advertising-friendly’ content rules are hurting creators trying to cover important global events

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AsAs protests rage in Hong Kong, news coverage and video footage of the demonstrations have been heavily censored in mainland China, as you might expect from an…




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