In response to the huge backlash over their restricted mode, YouTube released a statement yesterday (March 21) insisting that changes would be made to how videos were filtered. The Google-owned company explained: “We recognise that some videos are incorrectly labelled by our automated system and we realise it’s very important to get this right. We’re working hard to make some improvements.” Attitude has contacted YouTube for comment. More stories ‘Bates Motel’ goes gay as Freddie Highmore hooks up with a guy in the latest episode Happy birthday Gaz Beadle! The Geordie Shore star’s hottest ever moments
Is this shit for real? https://t.co/YpFx8Hlwy0— Zara Larsson (@zaralarsson) March 21, 2017
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