A report about YouTube’s ‘Condom Challenge’ deliberations shows why keeping toxic content off the site is such a challenge


At a recent policy review meeting at YouTube‘s headquarters in San Bruno, California, the company’s chief exec, Susan Wojcicki, weighed-in on a certain set of “challenge” videos that had become wildly popular on the platform, according to a New York Times report last week.

The videos – which make up a phenomenon called the “Condom Challenge” – show a water-filled contraceptive falling onto a person’s head in slow motion. Nothing is particularly raunchy about the videos (besides knowing that condoms are being used), and they are, admittedly, fascinating to watch.

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