Patreon, the crowdfunding site popular with vloggers, podcasters, and other content creators, is updating its Trust and Safety department with better tools and more human moderators, making it easier to report inappropriate content.
The decision comes as the 4-year-old startup becomes an even more of an attractive source of revenue for content creators, especially in the wake of YouTube’s rule changes for monetization.
With the update, there are no changes to Patreon’s terms of service or community guidelines. Rather, it’s fixing Patreon’s “archaic” content reporting tool, Patreon’s head of legal Colin Sullivan told Mashable. Read more…
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