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"We have permanently removed your channel from YouTube. You won't be able to access, own, or create any other YouTube channels in the future," was the message the editors of the Belarusian website Reform.by received on March 9. Since August 2020, the project has regularly posted videos of street protests. Probably, it was these videos or, to be more precise, the brutality of the Belarusian law enforcement officers recorded in them that caused the removal of the channel. A major player could dictate its rules to YouTube or at least raise the voice in outrage and make itself heard. But what are the chances of an objective investigation in the case of a small project from Belarus?
"Attempts to find out the reasons for the blocking led nowhere, and the entire video archive of the editorial office was deleted," states the Reform.by team. It also adds that unknown persons regularly complained to the moderators of the video service about the content of the channel.

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