CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

The Hill reports:

On Saturday, the last day of pride month, YouTube apologized to the LGBTQ community over its enforcement of certain policies on its platform, which have been criticized by LGBTQ YouTube video creators. The Google-owned video streaming platform acknowledged that it “had issues where [it] let the LGBTQ community down,” over “inappropriate ads and concerns” in its enforcement of its monetization policy, referring to its practice of stripping ads from videos that violated its monetization terms of service, also depriving the video’s creator of making money from the video.