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YouTube Says There Are No Evidences Of Momo Challenge On Its Platform



YouTube Clears The Air On Momo Challenge Controversies 

YouTube said in a statement posted online that it doesn’t have any evidence of videos promoting the Momo Challenge on its platform.

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“Videos encouraging harmful and dangerous challenges are clearly against our policies, the Momo Challenge included,” YouTube said in a statement. “Despite press reports of this challenge surfacing, we haven’t had any recent links flagged or shared with us from YouTube that violate our Community Guidelines.”

The company said that videos discussing and educating people about Momo are allowed, but thumbnail images featuring the character are not allowed on the YouTube Kids app.

The Momo Challenge first hit headlines in mid-2018, when a 12-year-old Argentinian girl’s suicide was linked to the internet meme. The link has not been confirmed by authorities.

There have been no confirmed cases of the Momo Challenge in the United States.

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