Google is Hiring 10,000 Reviewers to Catch Offenders on YouTube

The company is trying to reduce the amount of "problematic content."

Google is hiring thousands of reviewers to try to reduce the amount of “problematic content” on YouTube, as well as introducing tougher restrictions on advertising and utilizing more smart technology. They plan to have more than 10,000 people working to address any content that violates their policies by 2018. The video platform has been facing controversies this year, and was forced to add additional screening measures last month on its kid-friendly platform after there were many reports showed videos on the platform contained profanity and violence.

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