Susan Wojcicki

Berkeley freshman Marco Troper was found unresponsive on Tuesday and later pronounced dead.
Susan Wojcicki is stepping down as YouTube’s CEO after nine years running the video site.
More than 80 fact checking organizations call the platform “one of the major conduits of online disinformation and misinformation worldwide.”
Susan Wojcicki said recent warnings by the Capitol police about a potential new attack showed that an “elevated violence risk still remains.”
Videos that violates the policies will not necessarily be removed because it is "important for other people to see," said CEO Susan Wojcicki.
The vloggers are caught in the middle of YouTube’s scramble to deal with its ongoing predator problem.
Susan Wojcicki said being hurtful "wasn’t our intention at all."
"In today's world, parents don't give kids enough independence."