All About BitChute – Webhose Source Review
- Site Name: BitChute
- Date Created: January 2017
- Main Purpose: No-censorship Video Hosting Service
- Typical Users: Extremists and hate speech in addition to believers of conspiracy theories
One of the most common radical contents to see on the site is anti-semitic propaganda. This content contains mostly hate speech against Jews and conspiracy theories that match the agenda of anti-semitic groups such as the theory that the Holocaustnever happened.
We are constantly monitoring for this kind of content and crawl it with our Cyber API.
Another example for content found on BitChute is the activity of white supremacy groups such as “Proud Boys.” The group members are known to have far-right political opinions and have been previously banned from publishing them on mainstream social media platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc.
As of June 1st, BitChute changed its Terms Of Service and added restrictions on sharing of content that is deemed as Incitement to Hatred. Even with this critical change to the site’s policy, we have still witnessed a lot of extreme content published on the site recently.
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