Jessica Goodfellow
Jun 11, 2019

Google CEO on YouTube: “We aren’t quite where we want to be”

Sundar Pichai's comments come as YouTube CEO apologises for letting down LGBTQ community

Google CEO Sundar Pichai

Google chief executive Sundar Pichai has said that YouTube needs to establish “better frameworks” around what it deduces as hate speech as criticism towards its content policies heats up.

“We aren’t quite where we want to be,” Pichai admitted in an interview with Axios reporter Ina Fried.

The chief executive was asked to give his view on a number of recent controversies at the video-sharing platform, namely its failure...

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