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How public media could become a casualty of YouTube’s war on propaganda

If YouTube was looking for a little love from British lawmakers for its new initiative to label videos from news outlets that receive state funds, they were in for a surprise. The lawmakers, who came to Washington this week to hold a hearing into fake news, were even more scathing than U.S. critics of YouTube’s idea […]
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