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SELF-HARM CLIPS HIDDEN IN KID’s CARTOONS
YouTube Kids, dubbed as a safer, child-friendly version of the video-sharing site, has been criticised by parents for failing to remove cartoons that contain clips depicting suicide methods on its platform.
The clips show a YouTuber demonstrating a suicide method.
Google told the Global Economic News it works hard to remove such content.
ANALYSTS URGE CAUTION OVER HOPES FOR US-CHINA TRADE SOLUTION
Trade tensions between the US and China could rapidly rekindle despite rising hopes of a deal, analysts have warned, after Donald Trump promised to pause the launch of higher import tariffs on Chinese goods.
THE GLOBAL ECONOMY IS SLOWING DOWN. WHAT CAN GOVERNMENTS DO ABOUT IT?
Central banks are getting twitchy. On average, recessions have come along once a decade since the mid-1970s and the nadir of the last downturn occurred almost a decade ago. The Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman has predicted that there will be a recession in America by the time Donald Trump comes up for re-election at the end of next year.