YouTube’s next fight against misinformation involves clamping down on videos that allege bogus cancer treatments. Amid a surge of creators posting 'miracle' cures that purport to treat the ubiquitous disease via unscientific means, YouTube has been cutting off ads for such channels, a spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal, citing policies that ban videos that can result in immediate harm to viewers.
- Randy Gonzalez, the father in TikTok duo Enkyboys, has died
YouTube Demonetizes, Tweaks Algorithm On Videos That Peddle Bogus Cancer Cures
Simone Giertz Will Undergo Radiation Therapy To Treat Brain Tumor Recurrence
Simone Giertz, who announced that she would undergo surgery for a benign brain tumor last April and returned to her channel after a successful procedure in July, shared a somber update with her subscribers on Friday.
Live.me Launches GoFundMe Campaign For Broadcaster Who’s Fighting Cancer
In Las Vegas last month, Ochoa happened to pick up Live.me founder Fu Sheng for an Uber ride, and they got to talking about their love of Live.me.
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