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When War Crimes Evidence Disappears

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image The YouTube video sharing application is seen on an iPhone with the symbol for unavailable content in the background in this photo illustration on December 1, 2017. © 2017 Sipa via AP Images / Jaap Arriens This month, four high-ranking members of the US Congress took an important step to help obtain justice for war crimes worldwide. On May 12, the legislators called on the chief executives of YouTube, TikTok, Twitter, and Meta (formerly Facebook) to preserve and archive content on their platforms that might be evidence of war crimes in Ukraine. At issue is a trove…

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