(ZeroHedge) – Embattled EV maker Nikola appears to be in the midst of a damage control campaign that includes trying to claw back some of its online image and credibility that it once had.
As part and parcel with this strategy, the company is reportedly taking a stance against its YouTube critics, “forcing the removal of several videos on YouTube over alleged copyright infringement issues,” according to EV blog Teslarati.
The report, originally produced by Financial Times, asserts that numerous channels on YouTube that are known for discussing the market or electric vehicles have all received takedown notices related to content about Nikola. Several videos have been removed from the platform, according to the same report.
“Another large corporation uses YouTube’s copyright system to silence criticism,” one blog wrote.