PragerU Android app removed from Google Play Store

PragerU has also had over 200 of its videos on Google-owned YouTube placed in restricted mode.


Education platform PragerU has had its Android app removed from the Google Play Store for “apparently violating a technical privacy/policy guideline” and not meeting “disclosure guidelines.”

This is the latest of many restrictions PragerU has faced at the hands of the tech giants. YouTube has more than 200 of PragerU’s videos in restricted mode. PragerU has also been banned from running ads on Google and Spotify.


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