“We talk about that as raising authoritative information, but then we also talk about removing anything that is problematic. …Anything that would go against World Health Organization recommendations would be a violation of our policy.”
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcocki says users are using the platform during the coronavirus crisis.— Reliable Sources (@ReliableSources) April 19, 2020
It started with basic information but now users “want to know about life under quarantine… like exercise at home. How do I fix my freezer? How do I give myself a haircut.” pic.twitter.com/p8jxTUBRte
Read more about YouTube’s new Covid-censorship policies and their W.H.O.-bias on The Daily Wire.