informó el Wall Street Journal

A YouTube spokesperson told Fox News Digital on Tuesday that the Yonkers Police Department video was reactivated on the video-sharing website with an age restriction. Yonkers Police Department called out YouTube on Monday for removing the chip, which showed a violent attack on an Asian American woman, and suggested that the company improperly censored them in doing so.

In response to the department’s tweet, YouTube spokesperson Jack Malon told Fox News Digital the company the reviewed the video again and determined did not violate community guidelines.

NEW YORK’S YONKERS POLICE SLAM YOUTUBE FOR CENSORSHIP AFTER SITE REMOVES ANTI-ASIAN ATTACK VIDEO

Upon review, we determined this video did not violate our Community Guidelines and have reinstated it with an age-restriction, in accordance with our Graphic Content policy,” Malon wrote in an emailed statement on Tuesday. “When it’s brought to our attention that a video has been mistakenly removed, we act quickly to reinstate it. We also offer uploaders the ability to appeal removals and we will re-review the content.

El lunes, El Departamento de Policía de Yonkers tuiteó una captura de pantalla de un mensaje con membrete de YouTube el lunes relacionado con imágenes de vigilancia del ataque del crimen de odio del 11 de marzo que involucró a un presunto delincuente profesional.. The video was later taken down, and was replaced with the message: “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service.

The contents of the message indicate Yonkers Police appealed the video’s removal, but was denied.

We reviewed your content carefully, and have confirmed that it violates our violent or graphic content policy,” the message from YouTube states. “We know this is probably disappointing news, but it’s our job to make sure that YouTube is a safe place for all.