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Over 17,000 YouTube channels removed after new hateful content policy

Over 17,000 YouTube channels removed after new hateful content policy

After an update to its hate speech policy, YouTube said it removed more than 100,000 videos and over 17,000 channels for violating its hate speech policies in Q2. That’s five times as many videos and channels removed compared to the first quarter. The video sharing giant also deleted more than 500 million harmful comments, nearly twice as many versus efforts in Q1.

Chris
Chris
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AD C 1 year

Likely only 1% of that was hateful videos. It wasn't to long ago there was a story on this platform about how the algorithm tag robot fights as animal cruelty.

Rick Snow
Rick Snow 1 year

Since YouTube is a private company, they are free to do as they please with what they allow on their service. However, is speech really free if one or more groups are censored?

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