Here's what we know: According to YouTube's parent company Google, the "Innocence of Muslims," a film blamed for inciting violence across nations in the Arab and Muslim world, is "clearly within" corporate guidelines.
It doesn't violate YouTube's definition of hate speech, which must be against a person, not a group. The film is technically legal in many countries. And yet YouTube has blocked the film in five countries (and counting).
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