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Andy Ngo, a journalist known for his reporting on anarcho-communist group Antifa, said his podcast was permanently suspended by Soundcloud.

Ngo, also the editor-at-large for the Post Millennial, wrote on Twitter that the music-sharing and podcast website “has permanently banned me & my podcast @YouShouldNgo.”

“In an email, it says I violated its community guidelines without naming the alleged offending content,” he wrote, adding that guests he’s had on the show include Jordan Peterson, Dave Rubin, and Douglas K. Murray.

According to a report from the Post Millennial, SoundCloud sent Ngo an email saying his podcast violated the firm’s terms of use and community guidelines.

The terms state that users cannot upload content “that is abusive, libellous, defamatory, pornographic or obscene, that promotes or incites violence, terrorism, illegal acts, or hatred on the grounds of race, ethnicity, cultural identity, religious belief, disability, gender, identity or sexual orientation, or is otherwise objectionable in SoundCloud’s reasonable discretion.”

But SoundCloud didn’t provide an exact instance where Ngo’s podcast violated its terms.

“We take the security of our community very seriously. We hope that you can understand that SoundCloud is a place for people to share content which respects our Terms of Use and Community Guidelines,” SoundCloud said in the email, according to the Post Millennial.

Ngo hasn’t uploaded a new episode of his podcast since March 2020, which featured Imam Tawhidi in a discussion about the similarities of Islamic terrorists and Antifa.

In a statement to Fox News this week, Ngo said SoundCloud accused him of “incitement to violence.” Still, he added, the firm didn’t provide any evidence.


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