YouTube removes 92 million videos that fail to comply with rules
YouTube last year, 92 million videos will be removed that do not meet the rules of the video platform. Only a small part was removed because there was terreurpropaganda or hate.
The videos are detected with a spam-herkenningstechniek or by a message from a YouTube user, writing the video site Thursday in a blog post.
The reasons for a video to remove ranged from spam to geweldsuitingen. Only 1 percent of all cases, there was talk of terrorism or hate.
YouTube works as a team 24 hours per day to reports from users to investigate. It is the team that ultimately determines whether a video is removed.
Since 2006, more than 90 million people videos shown on YouTube. More than a third of those people will have multiple videos reported.