What you will hear will be very disturbing, but informative.From time to time you may hear some explicit language, however it is difficult to mask anger in the face of the facts and revelations of the story. LISTEN TO THE GREG DOSS & DJ SQWYD SHOW / SQWYD UNIVERSITY? Hundreds of Cops Kicked off Force for Committing Sex Crimes" The number is unquestionably an undercount because it represents only those officers whose licenses to work in law enforcement were revoked, and not all states take such action.Needless to say, I'm pretty pissed at what I read...You Tube noted that that Restricted Mode, which is off by default, was an “optional feature used by a very small subset of users,” and that it was intended to “filter out mature content for the tiny subset of users who want a more limited experience.” Some users also noted that a handful of pop videos — including songs by Taylor Swift — were also removed from view in Restricted Mode, leading some to question whether the algorithm that flags videos for removal needed to be tweaked.“We are so proud to represent LGBTQ voices on our platform,” You Tube’s statement read.I've been playing with a demo account on a phone for the last couple days and it's mostly worked well.Unfortunately the experience on an actual TV is less satisfying.
The company issued the statement on Sunday night, after several popular LGBTQ vloggers and video creators, discovered that videos on topics such as dating, attraction, and inspiration had been hidden by default in the mode.
(You can sign up on You Tube's website to get an alert when the service is available where you live.)At the press event, You Tube CEO Susan Wojcicki discussed consumers' changing TV viewing habits, especially among millennial viewers.
"Younger generations want to consume TV the way that they’re used to watching TV online, live and on-demand," Wojcicki said.
It's only available in five US metropolitan areas for now: Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and the San Francisco Bay Area.
You Tube says more cities will be added in the coming months.Without the most up-to-date version of your browser, you’ll still be able to watch You Tube videos, but you may have problems using You Tube’s newer features.If you’re watching videos on your computer, check what browser version you're currently using at What British You Tuber Rowan Ellis was one of the first to address the concern in a video posted on Thursday, leading many other personalities to check into their own backlog, discovering that videos on a range of topics were removed.