'Fake news' and hoaxes catch fire in India as millions see YouTube for the first time


CNBC reports:
Indranil Mukherjee | AFP | Getty Images YouTube is tackling hoaxes and other problems that plague it in much of the developed world, but it's falling short in a booming new market. In India, fake news, hoaxes and other misleading videos have thrived on Google's video platform with little friction for years. Despite outcries, users and YouTubers say, the Google-owned service has yet to introduce strict discipline on its website.
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