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Minority creators claim that they are being discriminated against by the platform’s algorithm. Several lawsuits by LGBTQ and BIPOC creators have , however, failed. Yet now the Supreme Court is re-examining the underlying law, section 230 - which does not account for algorithmic content selection. YouTube's algorithm determines which creators find success on YouTube and which disappear into obscurity. It also flags videos that contain inappropriate content and applies restrictions on who can see them.