Grabien
Case #
2268

Grabien's YouTube channel posted the viral video of Georgia mother Courtney Ann Taylor and YouTube took it down: Grabien, the multimedia software company run by Tom Elliot, posted a video that had already gone viral to its small YouTube channel, but YouTube removed it for violating the platform's medical misinformation policy, screenshots posted by Elliot of the removal notice indicated. In a Twitter thread about YouTube's actions, Elliot questioned the platform's ruling to remove the footage of Taylor eviscerating her child's school board members over their mask mandates for students. "Can anyone find anything she says that contradicts WHO guidance on Covid, as YouTube/Google claims?" Elliot asked, "Because I can’t." Elliot indicated in the thread that Grabien appealed the video's removal to YouTube, but the platform only reaffirmed its decision to remove the video for violating its medical misinformation policy, screenshots from Elliot showed. YouTube clearly does not want users watching this video, as this is not the first time it has removed the video from its platform.    

 

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