YouTube Launches Fact-Checking Feature in U.S. to Fight Misinformation Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

First, there must be an associated article available from an eligible publisher on the given topic. In addition, the fact-checks will only show up when people search for a specific claim. For example, YouTube said, if a user searches for “did a tornado hit Los Angeles,” they might see a relevant fact-check article but if they search for a more general query like “tornado,” they may not. – Todd Spangler, Variety »