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Google Reinstates PragerU App After Claiming It Promoted ‘Hate Speech’

PragerU announced that its app has been reinstated to the Google Play Store, hours after Google removed it for promoting “hate speech.”

The organization, known as Prager University, post X writes that after a second review, Google “reinstated the PragerU app on the Google Play Store.”

As reported by Breitbart News, PragerU posted screenshots of messages from Google in which the tech company claims the nonprofit “deems protected groups to be dehumanizing, inferior, or worthy of hatred.”

“An email from Google stated that the recently removed app was made available ‘after further review,'” PragerU wrote. “Thank you to all of our amazing advocates who brought this issue to light and forced Google to reverse its previous decision to completely remove the app from the store.”

In that explanation reveal In response to the suspension of the Prager U app, Google said it “does not allow apps that promote violence or incite hatred against individuals or groups on the basis of their racial or ethnic origin.”

We don’t allow apps that promote violence or incite hatred against individuals or groups on the basis of race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or any other characteristic associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization.

in statement According to a report from PragerU, the group accused Google of “using Soviet-style tactics to silence them.”

Google is using Soviet-style tactics to silence us. According to Google, sharing the stories of former Palestinian refugees, Israeli-born Arab Muslims, and brave US Navy SEALs who witnessed the horrors of Islamic extremism constitutes “hate speech.” This is a blatant attempt to silence the truth and censor speech. We urgently need your help to fight back against this oppression.

PragerU was founded by radio talk show host Dennis Prager. The organization is known for producing short educational videos centered around conservative topics.

In 2017, PluggerU sued Google and YouTube, alleging that the two organizations had censored its videos. A few years later, in January 2019, PluggerU filed another lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of censorship and “engaging in unlawful, misleading and unfair business practices.”

PragerU’s chief marketing officer, Craig Strazzeri, said the PragerU app’s removal from the Google Play store was “not a huge surprise” given the organization’s track record of restricting its videos.