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On Monday, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki apologized to the LGBT community for not taking “more definitive action against conservative pundit Steven Crowder’s channel,” according to The Verge, which is a publication of Vox Media.

Speaking at the Code conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, Wojcicki said, “I know that the decisions we made was very hurtful to the LGBTQ community and that wasn’t our intention at all. That was not our intention, and we were really sorry about that, and I do want to explain why we made the decision we did.” Vox journalist Carlos Maza, who is gay, had pressured YouTube to punish Crowder for his remarks regarding Maza; ultimately YouTube decided not only to demonetize Crowder but also punish other creators in an incident dubbed the #VoxAdpocalypse. When demonetizing Crowder, YouTube […]

 

 

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