YouTube issues proper apology over restricted mode censoring creators
YouTube’s controversial “restricted mode” setting may soon be a thing of the past.
Following days of backlash over the setting, which many LGBTQ creators realised hides some of their videos, the video giant on Monday night issued an actual apology on its blog.
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“The bottom line is that this feature isn’t working the way it should,” Johanna Wright, YouTube’s Vice President of Product Management, wrote in the blog post. “We’re sorry and we’re going to fix it.”
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