Anti-free speech YouTube CEO Neal Mohan just prioritized “safety” over freedom of speech.
Mohan went on CBS Mornings on Sept. 22. During the interview, Mohan agreed that his Google-owned platform does not want everyone to have a free voice online, claiming that safety is “the North Star by which we govern all of our actions.” The YouTube CEO had an anti-free speech track record even before taking over the leadership of YouTube, while the video platform is notorious for biased censorship.
The YouTube CEO claimed, “My number one responsibility is keeping our ecosystem of creators, viewers, all of our partners safe on YouTube, and I put that above anything else that we do.” Mohan also defended YouTube’s censorship of Russell Brand.
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