YouTube CEO Apologizes To LGBTQ Community But Defends Company’s Choice On Controversial Channel

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki at Code Conference in Arizona. -Asa Mathat for Vox Media


YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said she was sorry that LGBT users were offended by the company’s stance on homophobic comments by conservative personality Steven Crowder, but defended the company’s decision not to label his videos as harassment. “I know that the decision that we made was very hurtful to the LGBT community and that was not our intention […]

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