Egypt recently banned the use of this particular video streaming site in its country.
Time and time has shown various countries that have banned several services of tech companies.
In China google is not available for use,
It’s totally blacked out and the only search allowed is one designed by china.
This is the catch, a video was shared about Prophet Mohammed on the video sharing site.
The video was somewhat unappealing for Prophet Mohammed.
The video tussle had been ongoing for a period of five years and finally a court ruling on YouTube ban.
Companies who own content sharing have to take a look at local rules and regulations for different countries,
Check what appeals in Nigeria, it will not be applicable to Senegal,
It has is designed to fit each country, several companies suffered hits from kyler Jenner’s snap chat tweet that cost the company millions of dollars in value.
According the Ministry of information and technology has reported by Reuters,
The ministry was not available for comment but its ban will result in loss of jobs in Egypt and profits to its citizens.
Although there are reports that YouTube still works.
A federal court in the US forced the video back onto the streaming site.
This time around the video is with warnings of extreme content and caution.
Egypt banned a lot of US website from its country, the video spark several unpleasant riot because it depicted as a womanizer among several things.
Every company especially comes that wish to thrive in other country must understand that in as much as content has to shared religious and political content don’t do well with a lot of individuals.
The best place to be is to produce content customized and vetted; these are business lessons for everyone to learn.