Today, if you haven’t heard, is American Censorship Day: wherein several websites, large tech companies, and boldfaced names in the technology community lent their help to get the word out about
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The Atlantic‘s Rebecca Rosen takes note of Google’s latest Transparency Report, in which the company boasts of their refusal to comply with a request “from a local law enforcement agency to remove YouTube videos of police brutality.” Wonderful! Unfortunately, they did remove a bunch of other stuff, the contents of which they’re not about to explain in anything but the most vague terms possible. After an extensive look into the context of the report, BetaBeat can sufficiently surmise this: They were not cat videos.