YouTube wants to get rid of all the news in the coming months. Only a few channels with children will be allowed to share their comments on the subject.
[YouTube] wrote in a blog post.
So YouTube says it's a better algorithm to let it automatically "identifies and removes predatory comments." The classifier is "more sweeping in scope,"
YouTube's decision to remove comments comes in the wake of major corporations like Disney, Nestle, AT & T and Fortnite maker Epic Games pausing ad spending after discovering their ads were playing videos that had predatory comment s on them. It's unclear if those companies have their spending, or if they are at this time.
YouTube has been asked to clear up confusion around how these changes will impact creators' ability to run ads. In its blog post, YouTube says none of this will affect creators' monetization. That was a concern among YouTubers as the controversy arose, along with comments on weaponized against creators.
A YouTube spokesperson told The Verge that although the company understands sections are important to creators as a way of measuring engagement, "we know this is the right thing to do to protect the YouTube community. "