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YouTube’s Independent Creators Are Mad That They Can’t Say ‘Coronavirus’

To prevent the spread of misinformation, the platform has been prioritizing traditional news sources

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YYouTube, like other social networks, has sent home its contractor-staffed human moderation teams in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. That means moderation decisions…

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