His speech was meant to terrorise top police officials and the judiciary such that they could not perform their functions and abstain from pursuing any action against any leader of his party, police record says.
Alphabet's net income fell by 14 percent to $16 billion due to inflation, conflict and advertisers pullbacks, slowing the company's growth for the first time in two years.
Videos on cryptocurrency and images of billionaire businessman Elon Musk appeared on the army's YouTube account, while its Twitter account retweeted a number of messages that appeared to be related to NFT, or non-fungible tokens.
Australian court orders Google to pay John Barilaro, a former lawmaker, $515,000, saying its failure to take down a YouTuber's "relentless, racist, vilificatory, abusive and defamatory campaign" of videos drove him out of politics.
India's government has invoked "emergency powers" and banned the channels for allegedly posting fake news.
The list of global companies cutting ties with Russia continues to grow as sanctions against Moscow rack up over its attacks on Ukraine.
Several channels run by Ukrainian separatists have been blocked by YouTube and Facebook amid soaring tension between Moscow and the West.
Dozens of fact-checking organisations said videos containing false information had gone "under the radar of YouTube's policies, especially in non-English speaking countries".
Policy reps from each company faced US Congress to talk about kids and online safety, marking the first time Snapchat and TikTok appeared in a major tech hearing.
Video-sharing giant YouTube has already banned posts that spread falsehoods around coronavirus treatments. The Google-owned site now says its concerns about the spread of medical conspiracy theories go beyond the pandemic.
The company said on Tuesday it would turn off its “location history” feature, which tracks location data, for users under 18 globally.
The social media platforms had given assurance of crackdown against vaccine misinformation but fake content continues to go around.
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