YouTube says it’s getting better at taking down videos that break its rules. They still number in the millions. home community icon-community YouTube says it’s getting better at taking down videos that break its rules. They still number in the millions. Apr 6, 2021 Media, Democracy, & Public Discourse Joan Donovan Share To icon--facebook icon--twitterJoan Donovan discusses disinformation on YouTube – and the importance of the platform – with The Washington Post. “[Harmful actors] can still make a website and make those claims, but the cost of reaching people is exorbitant; it’s almost prohibitive to do it without YouTube,” she said.Read more Last updated Apr 8, 2021 You might also likecommunity Incendiary Speech That Spurs Violence is Rising in US, But Tools Exist to Shrink Itcommunity These Tiny Greek Islands Have Become Unlikely Laboratories for Global Corporationscommunity Would Twitter get online publisher immunity in fake 'blue check' suits?