YouTube’s CEO is once again apologizing to the service’s top users following a massive backlash over changes to its verification policy.
One day after announcing that it was ditching the checkmarks and notifying many users that they were no longer eligible for verification, the company is walking back those changes.
“We completely missed the mark,” the company said in an updated blog post published Friday.
“Channels that already have the verification badge will now keep it and don’t have to appeal. Just like in the past, all channels that have over 100,000 subscribers will still be eligible to apply. We’ll reopen the application process by the end of October.” Read more…
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