Sansad TV’s YouTube account ‘hacked’, temporarily terminated

YouTube has temporarily terminated the official account of the government’s Sansad TV from its platform to fix security threats. It was initially terminated for “violating” YouTube’s Community Guidelines. However, later YouTube pulled it completely and the 404 error started coming. This error comes for those webpages which do not exist. Parliament TV has revealed that the termination was done after a security incident on Tuesday. The account of Sansad TV is used for livestreaming the proceedings of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha. It also included videos of the Prime Minister addressing the public and the media.

first on tuesday Parliament TV The account has been terminated. The reason behind this was stated to be ‘violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines’. Videos uploaded by Sansad TV’s account were also banned due to termination. However, later YouTube pulled the account and made it unavailable. It started showing ‘404 Not Found’ error on the site.

At the same time, Parliament TV made a statement Ongoing It is alleged that ‘some scamsters’ tampered with his YouTube account and changed the name of the account to ‘Ethereum’. The television channel said that the social media team of Parliament TV restored it at 3:45 am on Tuesday. The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) had alerted about this issue.

In a statement, Parliament TV said that ‘YouTube has started to permanently fix security threats. It will be restored at the earliest.

Sansad TV is a verified account on YouTube. Earlier its name was Rajya Sabha TV. Last year, when the government merged Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha TV channels to form Parliament TV, the YouTube channel’s name was also changed to Sansad TV.

of the information accordingAs of January 31, Sansad TV had over 6.32 million subscribers on YouTube. Through this account, along with the proceedings of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha, many more playlists are livestreamed. This account also has videos of Vice President, Prime Minister and Speaker of Lok Sabha. Apart from this, sections related to news and current affairs are also available.