YouTube in the Crosshairs


YouTube in the Crosshairs

Bradley Mattes   |   March 25, 2024


The attorneys general of sixteen states put YouTube in the crosshairs.  Women were featured in videos sharing their excruciating ordeals with chemical abortion.  YouTube attached false editorial remarks to them in-part stating the pills were given by licensed physicians when many are mailed without any medical supervision.  The attorneys general said YouTube’s remarks contain “blatant misinformation…that puts women at risk.”  They warned them that if they didn’t correct the false information, the attorneys general would carry out their “consumer-protection authority to protect pregnant women and other consumers from your falsehoods.”  I’m happy to report YouTube changed the remarks to something medically correct.  Now, let’s see YouTube give the abortion industry similar scrutiny.

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