YouTube said its policies and enforcement helped reduce the length of time viewers watch videos that advance conspiracies and other debunked theories, as the leading video site responded to criticism regarding its failure to police such content.The Google-owned company said Tuesday it had pared by 70 per cent the average time US viewers spend watching videos that it deems “borderline” content, such as those peddling miracle medical cures or “flat Earth” conspiracy theories. The announcement…


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