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- YouTube is the most popular video platform in the world.
- As YouTube has grown, it’s struggled to police the platform.
- A new report from The Washington Post claims that YouTube moderation favors leniency for the platform’s most popular channels â€” like Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg and Logan Paul.
- YouTube denies those allegations in a statement on Friday afternoon: “We apply these policies consistently, regardless of who a creator is,” said YouTube representative Alex Joseph.
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With billions of visitors every month, YouTube is the largest video platform on the planet.
Alongside that massive size comes a massive issue: Moderation. YouTube has repeatedly run into controversies over how it polices content that violates its own guidelines, whether it’s filming a dead body or one creator harassing another creator (or any number of other YouTube-related controversies over the years).See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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