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Cyber Censors

What’s the future of the internet? Digital reality will soon face a tough challenge. A war of platforms is breaking out in the virtual world, and it seems to be beyond the reach of any government. For some time, the three internet giants, YouTube, Google and Facebook, have made their own choices about which news people will see, and which presidential candidate to promote. But are the same giants ready to face the challenge of foreign platforms like WeChat? Our documentary looks into the many ways this virtual battle could affect our reality!

Watch "Cyber Censors" on RTD website and on RT's live feed. The time of the broadcast is available on RT's schedule page.

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