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How viral videos helped blast voting lies across the Web

evelyn douek discussed YouTube’s content moderation policies – or lack thereof – with The Washington Post.

“We’re so focused on the other platforms that we don’t demand the same accountability and transparency from (YouTube), and nobody kicks up a fuss,” she said. But “that has created a blind spot in our public discourse about misinformation and disinformation and all the same content moderation issues” facing the rest of the Web, she added. “We can’t just let them get away with this.”

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