Monday, March 24, 2014

YouTube Enlists ‘Trusted Flaggers’ to Police Videos

"The news sparked concern that Google lets the U.K. government censor videos that it doesn’t like, and prompted Google to disclose more details about the program. Any user can ask for a video to reviewed. Participants in the super flagger program, begun as a pilot in 2012, can seek reviews of 20 videos at once."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well at least they don't have to pay them with tax monies! They will do it for free!

Freedom and liberty and opinions..... Poof! 'Cause we don't like them or you!

Don't give google your business in any way, they can't deny being an integral part of this anymore, no matter what they say after the fact.