How YouTube handles content moderation disputes.

In an age when tech giants control large global information networks, their decisions about who can speak and what can say have massive geopolitical implications. It is a responsibility that each of the public social media platforms based in the United States has come to take different degrees of understanding and seriousness. For a number of reasons, YouTube’s content policies reduce media attention and scrutiny compared to Facebook or Twitter, according to the Pew Research Center. (Facebook is a news source for 36% of Americans, the largest share of any social platform, while Twitter is third with 15%.)

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