ADDED ON: 07/05/2018

On Last Day Of Pride, YouTube Apologizes To LGBT Creators

07/04/2018 | Daily Beast

YouTube, which is owned by Google, has apologized for the ways it has “let the LGBTQ community down.” “It’s the last day of Pride Month and we wanted to reach out to the LGBTQ community,” the company said. “We’re proud of the incredible LGBTQ voices on our platform and the important role you play in the lives of young people.” “But we’ve also had issues where we let the LGBTQ community down – inappropriate ads and concerns about how we’re enforcing our monetization policy. We’re sorry and we want to do better.” “We’ve taken action on the ads that violate our policies, and we are tightening our enforcement. And when we hear concerns about how we’re implementing our monetization policy, we take them seriously and make improvements.”


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