'Virtual' planning committee meeting cut short over YouTube 'terms of service breach'

A local authority in West Sussex saw a live broadcast of a planning committee meeting cut short last week after online video sharing service YouTube advised that it had breached its terms of service.

by Mark Wilding
A screengrab from the broadcast of Horsham District Council's planning committee. Image: YouTube / Horsham District Council
A screengrab from the broadcast of Horsham District Council's planning committee. Image: YouTube / Horsham District Council

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