YouTube has announced changes to its verification system.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki on Friday apologized to video creators about changes it's making to its verification program.
A day earlier, the company said it's overhauling its system for verifying users on its platform, as the Google-owned video site faces intense controversy over the content it pushes to users. But the announcement immediately caused outrage among some of YouTube's millions of creators, who said their verified statuses were revoked because of the new requirements.
"I'm sorry for the frustration & hurt that we caused with our new approach ...
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