YouTube, Facebook and Twitter have faced a deluge of marketer objections over offensive videos and other problematic content on their platforms. In the past year alone, these services have found themselves at the center of controversies over everything from live streamed suicides to videos that promote terrorism to racist tweets from celebrities and others.
These incidents—combined with a backlash over a range of related issues including promoting fake news, providing a forum for abusive trolls, influencing the 2016 US presidential election and misusing customer data—have put the platforms on the defensive.
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