Former California Gov. Pete Wilson and his colleagues at Browne George Ross have filed a First Amendment lawsuit claiming YouTube and Google are discriminating against videos that offer conservative commentary on current and historical events.

The lawsuit was filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on behalf or Prager University, a nonprofit digital media outfit co-founded by conservative talk show host Dennis Prager. PragerU claims YouTube and its officials have age-restricted some of its videos for no reason, and prevented them from generating ad revenue.

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