YouTube have fixed the Restricted Mode that had blocked some LGBT content.
In a statement released on Friday, YouTube said: ‘[W]e fixed an issue that was incorrectly filtering videos.’
‘We want to clarify that Restricted Mode should not filter out content belonging to individuals or groups based on certain attributes like gender, gender identity, political viewpoints, race, religion or sexual orientation.
‘Now 12 million additional videos of all types — including hundreds of thousands featuring LGBTQ+ content — are available in Restricted Mode,’ the statement clarified.
‘Starting today, we’re providing a form to allow creators and viewers alike to give us feedback about this.
‘We will use this input to help improve our automated system going forward,’