Youtube Erased 112,930 Videos From Bangladesh In Response To Community Guidelines Violations1 min read

According to the newly released Transparency Report for Q3 2022, the popular video-sharing site YouTube deleted 112,930 content from Bangladesh (July-September 2022). Between July 1, 2022, and September 30, 2022, Bangladesh allegedly ranked eighth in the world for the highest amount of videos removed for Community Guidelines violations.

With almost 1.7 million videos deleted from YouTube, India reportedly placed first in the world. During the same time period, over 5.6 million videos and 5.8 million channels were deleted globally, with 67.9% of content banned before receiving more than 10 views for violating Community Guidelines.

YouTube also removed over 737 million comments, the great majority of which were spam. More than 99% of removed comments were discovered automatically.

YouTube claims that its Community Guidelines are uniformly enforced across the world, regardless of where the video is published. When videos are deleted for breaking YouTube’s policies, they are removed internationally.

Read more: Bangladesh requested information on 1,171 Facebook users: Meta

In this regard, the initiative against Community Guidelines violations is the collaboration of people and machine learning technologies. In reality, this implies that in order for a policy to be introduced and enforced successfully, people and machines must collaborate to achieve consistently high levels of accuracy when analyzing information.

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