You Tube noted that that Restricted Mode, which is off by default, was an “optional feature used by a very small subset of users,” and that it was intended to “filter out mature content for the tiny subset of users who want a more limited experience.” Some users also noted that a handful of pop videos — including songs by Taylor Swift — were also removed from view in Restricted Mode, leading some to question whether the algorithm that flags videos for removal needed to be tweaked.“We are so proud to represent LGBTQ voices on our platform,” You Tube’s statement read.
And we have developed partnerships with expert groups, counter-extremism agencies, and the other technology companies to help inform and strengthen our efforts.
Today, we are pledging to take four additional steps.
There should be no place for terrorist content on our services.
While we and others have worked for years to identify and remove content that violates our policies, the uncomfortable truth is that we, as an industry, must acknowledge that more needs to be done. We have thousands of people around the world who review and counter abuse of our platforms.
Many led criticism against the company using the #You Tube Is Over Party hashtag on Twitter.
In the statement, which was put out via the You Tube Creators Twitter account, You Tube said that “LGBTQ videos are available in Restricted Mode, but videos that discuss more sensitive issues may not be.” A You Tube spokesperson clarified what these sensitive issues my be in a statement to The criticism came after several popular users noted that some of their videos on same-sex relationships, crushes, and coming out were hidden when using Restricted Mode.Neither girl give details regarding the reason for the sudden separation, but the blonde did post a cryptic note just a day before making the announcement.But despite their heartbreak, both women are trying to remain positive and reassure their fans that things will be okay, even though no one’s certain how their YT channel will proceed from hereon out.) known on You Tube as Your Pal Ross (formally House_Owner) was a former member of the Sky Media Offices.He, along with his friend and roommate Mithzan (Max), in May of 2016.You Tube has released a statement in response to accusations that it is discriminating against its LGBTQ users by hiding certain videos in its Restricted Mode.