YouTube Users and Creators Can Now Report Videos They Feel Were Unfairly Excluded From Restricted Mode

12 million additional videos are now available via the video site's Restricted Mode

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YouTube Friday announced more changes to its Restricted Mode, chief among them the availability of 12 million additional videos and a way for creators and viewers to report videos that they believe have been inappropriately excluded.

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