YouTube Removes Twice as Much Content After Shift Away From Human Moderators

YouTube’s “over-enforcement” spurred the video giant taking down plenty of videos that didn’t actually violate its policies, too. That led to a jump in appeals from 166,000 in Q1 to 325,000 in Q2 — which ultimately resulted in 161,000 videos being reinstated, or about four times as many as the first quarter. – Sean Burch, The Wrap »