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Will YouTube’s ‘Corrections’ Feature Prevent Creator Bans?

On the 15th of June, YouTube announced an all-new “Corrections” feature on its platform. This feature, aimed at avoiding inaccurate information, or in some cases, ‘fake news’, will allow creators to correct their content after publishing it without removing it entirely. While it seems like a rather ‘entry-level’ addition at present, there is scope for the feature to be expanded further down the line. For now, we’re interested in figuring out if the YouTube corrections feature will allow creators to avoid potential bans, unfair or otherwise.

In recent years, we’ve seen a sudden and sharp uptick in the ‘fake news’ craze. At the lowest level, misinformation causes critics to cry ‘fake news’, but at the most severe levels, ‘truly’ fake news can be career-ending and life-threatening stuff. Today, our digital-dependent society is driven forwards on the backs of increasingly popular social media platforms. It’s all too easy for something to be said, taken out of context, misconstrued, or slammed as fake news.

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