Google removes 3,000 fake YouTube channels related to China before US presidential election

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San Francisco, October 18: With just a few days left for the presidential election in the US, Google has removed more than 3,000 such fake YouTube channels in the period from July to September, which is a big one related to China. Spam was part of the network. Campaigns were being conducted by him to influence the election on his channel. As a result of their elimination by the company, they are now unable to garner viewership on their channel.

On Friday night, Google said in a statement, “Of all the videos we have identified, the majority of people have less than ten views and even more than spam users than real users. Views, which are not currently active. “

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Shane Huntley from Google Threat Analysis Group TAG said, “While these networks post regularly, there has been an excess of spam content. We have not seen their reach effectively on YouTube. “

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