YouTube Removes Accounts, More Than 150,000 Videos Over Child Exploitation Concerns03:40
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A picture shows a You Tube logo on December 4, 2012 during LeWeb Paris 2012 in Saint-Denis near Paris. Le Web is Europe's largest tech conference, bringing together the entrepreneurs, leaders and influencers who shape the future of the internet. (Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty Images)MoreCloseclosemore
A picture shows a You Tube logo on December 4, 2012 during LeWeb Paris 2012 in Saint-Denis near Paris. Le Web is Europe's largest tech conference, bringing together the entrepreneurs, leaders and influencers who shape the future of the internet. (Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty Images)

YouTube has come under fire recently for how many videos associated with child exploitation have been circulated on its site. Companies like Adidas and Cadbury have pulled back their ads, and YouTube says it has now removed hundreds of predatory accounts and thousands of videos.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Here & Now media analyst John Carroll (@johncarroll_bu), author of the Campaign Outsider blog.

This segment aired on November 29, 2017.

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