by Matt Margolis
In a post published Wednesday, YouTube announced updates to their “work supporting the integrity of the 2020 U.S. election” on their official blog.
According to YouTube, which is owned by Google, their main goal during the election was to ensure they were “connecting people with authoritative information, while also limiting the reach of misinformation and removing harmful content.” These efforts, they say, are ongoing, and so that’s why they’ve decided to post an update.
What exactly do they mean by “supporting the integrity” of the 2020 election?
After patting themselves on the back for terminating “over 8000 channels and thousands of harmful and misleading elections-related videos,” they attempt to explain how they are monitoring content. Read the rest HERE.