YouTube says it has removed more than 100K videos under new hate speech rules
September 3, 2019
YouTube emphasized that it is focused on removing harmful or offensive content before it is viewed by any users on the site. According to the post, YouTube's efforts have resulted in an 80 percent reduction in views on content that is later removed for violating the platform's policies.
Reed more at: https://thehill.com/policy/technology/459693-youtube-says-it-has-removed-more-than-100k-videos-under-new-hate-speech
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