YouTube Outlines Its Plans to Protect the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

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YouTube provided an update on steps it is taking to safeguard its platform prior to the upcoming presidential election in the U.S.

Vice president of government affairs and public policy Leslie Miller said in a blog post that the Google-owned video site’s community guidelines prohibit deceptive practices.

Those include content that has been technically manipulated or doctored in such a way to mislead users, and that could post a risk of egregious harm, such as a video that was altered to make it appear that a government official is dead.

Content that aims to mislead people about the process of voting or participating in the U.S.



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