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Why the tech giants of Silicon Valley must rebuild trust after explosive beginnings

Youtube has angered content creators with opaque rules on harmful content. Image: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Lauren Joseph

Lead, Electronics Industry and Global Leadership Fellow , World Economic Forum

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