Epic Games has stopped stopping it Fortunately YouTube advertising, which has been brought back with the recent news that his advertisements have run videos used by online predators to coordinate and benefit children.
The Verge reports that Epic has stopped his pre-scheduled advertisements, the short ads that he has; playing on videos on the platform, on YouTube and reaching the platform and Google parent company "to verify what actions they take to capture this type of content from their service . "
The question comes from the fact that YouTube is incredibly amazing; helps the communication of children's predators through their algorithm of praise, as well as through the discussion sections of videos that seem to be innocent with young children. This is a matter that Matt Watson has clarified on Reddit earlier this week, and later studied in the Verge report shortly afterwards.
"The algorithm that YouTube is trying to help to combine the ability of peers to connect to each other, trade communication information, and linkage to child poisoning," explained the role original Watson. "And I can constantly access it from vanilla, YouTube accounts that have not been previously used through uncertain videos in less than ten minutes, sometimes less than five clicks."
For example, video shows from children's predators who share time stamps that aim to show a child's violation in a video that can not be considered a face value, unsuitable content by itself. Because these lads are completely and, outside the spinning by a & # 39; Describes predators, suitable for advertising under the AdSense YouTube requirements, advertising for things like Fortunately run before the video starts.
"Any content – which includes ideas – which disagree with younger people is unhappy and we have clear policies that prevent this from YouTube," a YouTube representative told the Verge. "There is more to be done, and we will continue to work to improve and absorb more quickly."
However, companies like Epic Games are most likely to have the most. running a lot of ads on YouTube that is involved. A more detailed overview of how this content can be found on the stage in the full writing of The Verge.