YouTube has come under the scanner once again. The video-sharing website has been allegedly demonetizing LGBTQ-focused videos and was sued by a group of creators for discriminating against their content
Want to Raise Successful Kids, But Worried About Their Screen Time? Here's the 1 Surprising Thing the CEO of YouTube Suggests.
This is a story about trying to raise successful kids, worrying about them getting too much screen time, and hearing some surprising advice from an intriguing source. It starts with Susan Wojcicki, 51,
A group of YouTube creators are suing YouTube for allegedly discriminating against their LGBTQ-focused videos by suppressing recommendations and making it difficult to earn ad revenue. The lawsuit alleges
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki reveals ways in which a parent can regulate their kids screen time. “So I take away their phones and say, 'We're going to focus on being present today,” she was quoted saying
YouTube is experimenting with a new program that will allow creators whose ad privileges have been revoked to appeal the company’s decision using “short videos.” A review team will allow creators with
The CEO of YouTube has joined a growing list of big name tech industry figures who restrict their kids’ access to mobile devices. Susan Wojcicki says that, “I have times when I take away all my kids’ especially
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki reveals how she deals with male 'microaggressions' and makes her points forcefully
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki still deals with microaggressions from male colleagues as a woman in tech, despite her 20-year career in Silicon Valley and her C-suite position. "I feel like I've been supported
YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki: 'Where's the line of free speech – are you removing voices that should be heard?'
The way that we think about it is: ‘Is this content violating one of our policies?’ If it has, we remove that content How much sexism has she experienced? 'I’ve been supported for the most part. But there
Several YouTube moderators say that the platform’s most popular creators receive special treatment when it comes to moderation of their channels, allowing them to get away with worse behavior than a typical
YouTube is instituting new harassment policies after receiving backlash from creator-on-creator abuse
YouTube institutes a new policy to protect creators. The video streaming platform revealed that it's in the process of making alterations to its harassment policies to lessen creator-on-creator abuse,