Google will not let you comment on millions of YouTube videos from now, here's why

Google has taken a big step forward to back up its widely used video platform, YouTube. The search giant has published on its website updated information on actions regarding the safety of minors. The company will now disable comments on videos with minors.

"Over the past week, we have disabled comments from tens of millions of potentially predatory videos, focusing on videos with minors, and we will continue to identify videos at risk in months to come. "In the coming months, we will expand this action to suspend comments on videos with minors and videos with older children that may risk attracting predatory behavior," says creator of YouTube.

However, it has been included that few people could keep the comments section active. However, they must actively interfere with the comments.

In addition, YouTube has introduced a new comment classifier that will identify and eliminate abusive comments. In addition, it will not change the monetization of the video. "We are accelerating its launch and we now have a new comment classifier that is broader in scope and will detect and eliminate twice as many individual comments," the publication adds.

Finally, the company claims to have eliminated several channels violating the instructions of the community. "Videos that promote harmful and dangerous challenges for all audiences are against our policy." We will continue to take action when creators break our rules in a way that shamelessly undermines our policies. the entire community of users and creators. "

In the same area, YouTube recently announced that it would no longer recommend conspiracy videos or medically inaccurate videos. These are said to violate the guidelines of the website community.
Now, the video recommendation "will draw recommendations for far-reaching problems".

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