YouTube is implementing a new feature it says will help curb hate speech on its platform.
The company is targeting videos that contain “controversial religious or supremacist content,” but which do not violate its terms of service. Instead of taking down the videos in question, YouTube will put them in a stripped down digital purgatory where they will no longer be easily discoverable, nor have the features normal videos do.
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