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YouTube expanded its policy surrounding bans on videos containing misinformation about COVID-19.
Previously, YouTube banned content about treatments and prevention that contradicted expert consensus from the World Health Organization and other local health officials.
Now YouTube says the ban will include content offering false or deceptive information about a COVID-19 vaccine.
The company said its removed more than 200,000 videos containing misleading COVID-19 information since February.
video conferencing app zoom is adding a handful of new features.
End to end encryption will begin rolling out to all users soon as part of a four step security Initiative.
In addition, the company is also launching on Zoom a platform for hosting and discovering events and Zaps, which will integrate third party software into Zoom.
And finally, Netflix has officially ended its free trial program in the United States.
The streaming company featured a month long free trial in the US, but the company finally made the decision to end the offer.
After spinning down similar free trials in other regions.
Netflix says it’s looking at other ways to attract new members.
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