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Man Arrested After Threatening Google Over YouTube Page

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Mar 11, 2019 10:14 PM 2+ week ago

A Maine man was arrested in Mountain View Sunday after allegedly threatening Google and driving across the country to confront the company, police reported. Ian Cull reports. (Published Monday, March 11, 2019)

The Iowa State Patrol informed police Friday that 33-year-old Kyle Long was on his way to Mountain View to meet with Google after his YouTube channel was shut down. YouTube is owned by Google, and Long claimed he was losing money due to the penalty.

Officers in Iowa had made contact with Long on Friday after he was involved in a non-injury collision, and a second time when he allegedly vandalized a gas station. He was not detained because the gas station did not want to pursue charges, state troopers in Iowa told police.

State troopers told police Sunday that Long was in California and intended to commit physical violence if his meeting with Google personnel was not satisfactory.

Police set up protection around the Googleplex and monitored all major ...

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