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Google wants more humans to help solve the problem of child exploitation on YouTube

In announcing plans to hire many more human moderators to flag disturbing and extremist content this week, YouTube has become the latest Silicon Valley giant to acknowledge that software alone won’t solve many of the problems plaguing the industry. YouTube, which is owned by Google, said in a blog post Monday night that it would […]
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