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Regrets? YouTube viewers still have a few, according to new research from Mozilla.
Mozilla released “YouTube Regrets: A Crowdsourced Investigation Into YouTube’s Recommendation Algorithm” Wednesday, sharing the results of a 10-month long, crowdsourced investigation conducted using its RegretsReporter open-source browser extension.
Videos reported via RegretsReporter by research volunteers included Covid-19 fear mongering, political misinformation and “wildly inappropriate” cartoons aimed at children.
Mozilla said 71% of videos reported by volunteers were actively recommended by the Google-owned video site’s algorithm, and about 200 of those videos have since been removed from the platform, tallying a collective 160 million views before their removal.