As the 2020 election season officially kicks off, and tensions run high, YouTube is laying out its steps to combat disinformation on its platform.
A new blog post issued by Leslie Miller, vice president of government affairs and public policy at YouTube, reiterated some of the company’s key policies. None of the policies are new, but the company is hoping to present the details of its various investments in fighting disinformation related to the election. The blog post essentially acts as an overview of everything YouTube has worked toward over the last couple of years, including its approach to manipulated videos and voter suppression campaigns.
When it comes to manipulated videos, YouTube will remove “content that has been…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts