YouTube is still dealing with headaches related to extremist and otherwise hateful videos infesting its site.
Parent company Google’s most recent attempt at a fix addresses content that exists in a sort of gray area — it doesn’t violate the site’s policies per se but it does “contain controversial religious or supremacist content.”
In those cases, the videos will now be relegated to a “limited state,” a purgatory where they’ll be less visible to the casual browser, never appear in automated recommendations, and lose out on features like comments, likes, and suggested videos.
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