InfoWars Returns to YouTube After Susan Wojcicki Invites 'Offensive' Content Back Onto The Site - Gets Banned ImmediatelyChris Menahan
Aug. 31, 2019
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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said Tuesday that it's "more important than ever" for YouTube to remain an "open platform" and allow "content that is outside the mainstream, controversial, or even offensive."
She made the comments just one day after going on a massive banning spree targeting right-wingers for so-called "hate speech."
InfoWars decided to test her newfound commitment to openness by signing back up for the site after hearing the news.
They were banned within 24 hours.
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