"This has been a year of fake news and misinformation", she said. Right-wing crackpots pushed videos that claimed Parkland student David Hogg - whose classmates were murdered with a legally purchased semiautomatic rifle - was a "crisis actor" pushing the liberal agenda.
Another ex-S. Korean leader questioned in corruption probe
The ex-president rose to political power after a successful career as chief executive of Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co. Samsung reportedly paid six billion won ($5.6 million) in legal fees to a U.S. law firm on the former president's behalf.
"Our goal is to start with a list of conspiracies listed on the internet where there is a lot of active discussion on YouTube", Wojcicki said, adding that the site did not want to censor videos, or prevent people from watching them. The linked information will be applied only to popular conspiracy topics, it seems.
Once the features are implemented, a video calling into question events around September 11 or the Apollo Moon landing, for example, could be accompanied by a link to the official Wikipedia page on these events.
Case Keenum: Broncos signing former Vikings quarterback
He threw for 3,547 yards, 22 touchdowns and just seven interceptions, helping the Vikings reach the NFC Championship Game. Manning guided the Broncos to two Super Bowls and won the 2015 National Football League championship.
The move comes after a year in which YouTube has been pilloried for hosting extremist content and driving more attention to it through algorithmic recommendations that critics say are created to push viewers to extremes. And Wikipedia itself is battling against sock puppets (the use of multiple accounts to skirt regulations), bad sourcing and fringe editors, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The video giant will roll out the feature in the coming months, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at the South By Southwest tech conference on Wednesday.
Just 10000 new millennial railcards on offer: what you need to know
However, a £12 minimum fare applies for journeys starting between 4.30am-10am Monday to Friday, excluding Advance Fares. The railcard can also be loaded on to your Oyster card, to save a third off single off-peak fares.