Susan Wojcicki

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."
What if I told you that YouTube is abetting radical jihadi terrorism in the United States? What if I also told you that YouTube management has turned a blind eye to appeals to cease doing so? Wouldn't you want to have YouTube management hear your outcry?
"In today's world, parents don't give kids enough independence."
Although this year had its ups and downs, there were some incredible women who continued to be positive role models.
One could see it as archaic. Maybe we no longer need trendspotters, when everything is changing all the time, and when everything else -- branding, marketing, behavior and lifestyle -- can adapt in real time. Trendspotting can be frustrating.
Hoping to find new ways to generate profit, the company gave Susan Wojcicki, a former Google Ad exec, the reins at YouTUbe earlier in the year.
So here's the question: is this an existential threat to any of the crowdfunding sites? Let's go through them, as a group
"The internet gives us the opportunity to redefine the video experience," Wojcicki said. Last year, YouTube shifted from
"Like Salar, Susan has a healthy disregard for the impossible and is excited about improving YouTube in ways that people
These stories are not about women who took no for an answer; they're about women who had dreams, who found a passion for something and went with it.
If it's true that you can't be what you can't see, then Google took a key step toward showing women that they can succeed
Two important but too-unsung women in media met at an idea this week: that media and advertising are becoming voluntary. Just as it becomes difficult to force people to pay for content, which is no longer scarce, it also becomes impossible to force them to see advertising.
The "ultimate girls club," with some of the most talented women in Silicon Valley, takes on the toughest job in the Valley: combining high octane careers and hands-on motherhood.