Fox News is reporting that the FBI is using a new tool to block access to a large number of YouTube accounts across the country, effectively shutting down the site.
The FBI has been monitoring thousands of accounts across all 50 states and the District of Columbia, including ones that have been used by some prominent personalities to promote videos and other content.
The FBI is currently targeting YouTube’s biggest star, PewDiePie, who has become a controversial figure due to his violent videos.
Fox News has learned that a new version of the FBI’s “Operation Twitter” tool is targeting accounts belonging to a number of prominent personalities.
This includes popular YouTube personalities like PewDiePewDiePie and Justin Bieber, along with others like Ellen DeGeneres, Katy Perry and more.
While many have long complained about how easy it is to be targeted, the FBI and its allies have been using this new tool for a number and even thousands of years, according to a former FBI agent who requested anonymity.
This means that, as long as you are a YouTube user, you have to use this new “Operation twitter” tool to access YouTube content, according the former agent.
The agent has also found that some YouTube users have had to register for the new tool, which is not yet available to the public.
In an email to Fox News, a YouTube spokesperson said: “We have not had the opportunity to review this new report but we take these matters very seriously.
Our teams have been actively investigating this issue for many months and will continue to monitor and address it as necessary.”
The FBI says the new tools are intended to help law enforcement agencies target “criminals and terrorist sympathizers” and that they are designed to “protect the privacy and security of our users and the public.”
While this new FBI tool is intended to target specific accounts, the agents said that the tools could potentially target any user who has access to the video platform.
While this particular tool has not been disclosed, the former FBI officer has seen reports that this is a common tactic used by law enforcement to target social media users.
The former agent told Fox News that the new FBI tools are being used by several agencies and groups, including the DEA, FBI, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. Marshals Service and the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit.
He added that he believes these types of tools are currently being used in other countries, including Germany, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Canada and Israel.
The recent spike in terror activity across the United States and elsewhere has led many people to question whether it is appropriate to use social media platforms to spread their message, even when they are under constant threat.
The issue of surveillance has become an increasingly heated one in the U:S.
after the NSA’s revelations about mass surveillance of phone and internet communications by the U-S.
government and its partner agencies.