Google has removed more than 50,000 digital content produced to promote China from its platform. Google's risk analysis group has informed that more than 50,000 digital content on platforms like YouTube, AdSense, and Blogger have been removed from their platform.
According to Google, groups called Spamfluz Dragon and Dragonbridge have been sharing pro-China and anti-American content on the platform.
These groups have been sharing their content specifically targeting Chinese-speaking Google users. However, it is said that some of the materials of this group are published in English and other languages as well.
However, access to digital content produced by such pro-China groups among Google users is very low, according to Google. According to Google, 80 percent of the videos shared by the Dragonbridge Group have less than 100 viewers.