According to Forbes magazine, these YouTubers made millions in 2017.
The violent escalation of the Rohingya conflict in Myanmar last year resulted in hundreds of thousands of refugees. An inflammatory discourse, mainly on social media, was partly to blame for the crisis.
Legislation approved in July has been signed into law by Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi that gives officials the right to monitor social media users in the country.
Following similar moves by other tech giants, Twitter will not allow Jones to hold any accounts on the site. Jones's show Infowars is known for its inflamatory far-right conspiracy theories.
Social media sites have published the results of a new German law hoping to clamp down on hate speech. However, a UK media investigation found that that Facebook does not delete posts containing Holocaust denial content.
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