Don’t mention ‘K’ country: Bitcoin Magazine's YouTube restored after ban

Don’t mention ‘K’ country: Bitcoin Magazine's YouTube restored after ban


Bitcoin Magazine’s YouTube channel was restored around three hours after being shut down, with the publication attributing the short ban to the YouTube algorithm flagging the word “Kazakhstan.”

In a Jan. 12 Twitter post, Bitcoin Magazine noted that its YouTube account with 56,600 followers was banned in the middle of a livestream with no prior warning from the platform.

“Our @YouTube with 60,000 followers just got BANNED mid-livestream with no warning. DELETED. When will the aggression against #Bitcoin content end?”

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The livestream was focused on topics relating to Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey, Bitcoin (BTC) mining and the recent internet blackout in Kazakhstan that was reportedly initiated by the government in response to mass protests over surging fuel prices in the nation.

Bitcoin Magazine stated it wasn’t entirely

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