Fact-checkers say YouTube allows its platform to be ‘weaponized’ – The Morning Sun

By Associated Press

More than 80 fact-checking organizations are calling on YouTube to address what they say is rampant misinformation on the platform.

In a letter to CEO Susan Wojcicki published Wednesday, the groups said that the Google-owned video platform was “one of the world’s leading sources of misinformation and misinformation.” world”.

They say YouTube’s efforts to tackle the problem are not enough.

“What we don’t see is that YouTube has gone to great lengths to implement policies that address the issue,” the letter read. “On the contrary, YouTube is allowing its platform to be weaponized by unscrupulous people to manipulate and take advantage of others, and to organize and raise funds for itself.”

The problem is particularly pervasive in non-English speaking countries and the global south, these groups say.

https://www.themorningsun.com/2022/01/13/fact-checkers-say-youtube-lets-its-platform-be-weaponized/ Fact-checkers say YouTube allows its platform to be ‘weaponized’ – The Morning Sun

Charles Jones

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