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Re: YouTube Aims to Put the Brakes on Online Conspiracies
Posted by: David Jones 2018-03-16 16:16:04
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YouTube intends to ramp up its efforts to combat conspiracy mongers, perhaps in response to the rash of conspiracy videos that trended following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, last month. Among other things, YouTube will supply links to relevant Wikipedia pages and other credible websites to provide viewers with a counter narrative, according to CEO Susan Wojcicki, who revealed the plans earlier this week during a panel discussion at SXSW. YouTube plans to roll out additional features over the next few months.


Re: YouTube Aims to Put the Brakes on Online Conspiracies
Posted by: borisaman 2018-03-21 05:00:04 In reply to: David Jones
lol and everything Wiki says is correct is it lol

Re: YouTube Aims to Put the Brakes on Online Conspiracies
Posted by: NoBite 2018-03-17 05:30:28 In reply to: David Jones
"Wikipedia pages and other credible websites" - that is what is known as a clue. Not saying the videos being maligned in this story are true. Who knows? But, YouTube is certainly exerting a lot of censorship these days.
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