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In an effort to purge extremist propaganda from its platform, YouTube has inadvertently removed thousands of videos that could be used to document atrocities in Syria, potentially jeopardizing future war crimes prosecutions, observers and rights advocates say.
Three of the Airwars videos removed from its YouTube channel were aerial videos of airstrikes released by the Pentagon showing no graphic content.
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Apple is reportedly about to spend $1 billion on original video content for its Apple Music service, far less than what Netflix, Amazon.com Apple ’s TV efforts might not put the company on par with Netflix , and that’s O.K., according to an analyst.