After the safe harbor deadline passed for the U.S. Presidential election, YouTube has announced they be removing any new voter fraud allegation content from their platform. What do you make of their policy choice?blog.youtube
I'm pretty pro business is having the autonomy to do what they want. A Z relates to moderating their content. So if they want to remove misinformation, I think they have that right. Obviously, there's some legislation about thinking about the transition from these kind of his websites to publishers, and there's a lot of work that I think could be done That would be really helpful for all social networks there. But until that happens, I think this is up to them and they've made that choice. And I think it's sufficient and they have a process in order to fact check these things. And I understand that that will always be contentious. But the end of the day, I think transparent principles and transparent processes to make decisions is, is how you make progress. So I'm in favor of it.