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YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki Warns Of “Consequences” For Creators Who Cause Harm

YouTube is working on policies that would punish creators who harm the community through egregious acts, as the popular video sharing site faces questions about how it handles violent and disturbing content. Chief Executive Susan Wojcicki that while YouTube’s unpredictability can yield tremendous rewards —like the fact that a reggaeton song, Despacito, become the most popular video in
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