The conservative educational website PragerU filed a lawsuit against Google and YouTube this Monday for unjustly restricting their online video content.
According to news website The Hill, YouTube has placed at least 50 of PragerU’s videos under restricted settings, which limits the contents accessibility to younger viewers and prevents the website from making money through advertising.
Google/YouTube argues that they have restricted the videos because the content is “inappropriate” for younger audiences, however, PragerU denied the claim in their press release online.
Eric George of Brown George Ross, the firm representing PragerU, says, “Google and YouTube do this not because they have identified video content that violates their guidelines or is otherwise inappropriate for younger viewers, but because PragerU is a conservative nonprofit organization that is associated with and espouses the views of leading conservative speakers and scholars.”
The list of restricted videos includes controversy-sparking titles such as “The most important question about abortion,” “Where are the moderate Muslims?” “The World’s Most Persecuted Minority: Christians,” and “Is Islam a religion of peace?”
Also censored is a video by Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz on the founding of Israel.
Marissa Streit, chief executive officer of PragerU, has been in a year-long…
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