5. Mozilla is trying to pressure Google into making its YouTube algorithms more accessible to independent researchers. The tech giant has launched a campaign called #YouTubeRegrets in which users have been sharing YouTube "horror stories" where they searched for one thing but landed somewhere else. Mozilla says Google should let researchers figure out how the site makes it recommendations to help change this, as well as to hold Google accountable. "That's the old era of 'Trust us, we've got this,'" Ashley Boyd, Mozilla's vice president of advocacy, said in response to YouTube claiming in June it implemented 30 changes this year that led to a 50% drop in time spent watching harmful misinformation, said. "Show us your work." -INSIDE GOOGLE via CNET
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