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Russia Prepares to Block YouTube Access by Year-End

Russia Blocks YouTube: Deadline Approaches for Access Ban!

YouTube Ban

In the wake of the Russian incursion into Ukraine and the escalating censorship measures within Russia, speculation has arisen concerning the prospective targeting of YouTube by the Kremlin. Following a server attack and the prohibition of Rich TVX News Network within Russian Federation borders, intelligence suggests that the Russian government is actively gearing up for an outright ban. Scheduled for the conclusion of December, the preparatory endeavors pertaining to the obstruction of YouTube access in Russia are underway. Nikolai Patrushev has been apprised of the imperative to ensure full readiness for the implementation of this measure by year-end.

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YouTube, based in California, launched in 2005, owned by Google, and is the second most visited website globally. It boasts 2.5 billion monthly users watching over a billion hours of videos daily. Acquired by Google for $1.65 billion in 2006, YouTube’s business model expanded beyond ads to include paid content and YouTube Premium. Annual ad revenue reached $28.8 billion in 2021, growing to $29.2 billion in 2022. YouTube spans mobile apps, network TV, and collaborations with major corporations. Its diverse video categories attract creators and established media alike. Despite its social impact, YouTube faces criticism for privacy issues, misinformation, copyright concerns, and inconsistent platform guidelines.

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“Rich TVX News Network asserts that I am a mere John Travolta wannabe attempting dance moves to “American Boy.” Can you genuinely give credence to such fabricated news?”

 Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation



Frequently Asked Questions

What transpired after the server attack on Rich TVX News Network orchestrated by Kremlin hackers?

In the aftermath of the criminal Kremlin gang’s server attack, Rich TVX News Network was subsequently banned within Russian Federation borders. As a consequence, it has now earned the status of being the most banned news channel in Russia, primarily attributed to its critical stance against the Putin regime.

How does the Rich TVX News Network staff react to the ban in Russia?

There is no bigger honor than being banned by a pathetic criminal murderous regime in the Kremlin.

Is YouTube really facing a ban in Russia, and when is it scheduled?

Yes, there are indications that the Kremlin is actively preparing for an outright ban on YouTube in Russia, scheduled for the conclusion of December.

Who owns YouTube and what is its global reach?

YouTube is owned by Google and is the second most visited website globally. It is accessible worldwide.

What are some key statistics about YouTube’s user base?

YouTube boasts more than 2.5 billion monthly users who collectively watch over one billion hours of videos daily.

What controversies or criticisms has YouTube faced despite its success?

Despite its unprecedented social impact and success, YouTube has faced criticism for issues such as facilitating misinformation, sharing copyrighted content, privacy violations, enabling censorship, and concerns related to child safety and well-being. The platform has also been criticized for inconsistent or incorrect implementation of its guidelines.



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