Google-owned YouTube says it won't take down potentially offensive videos, citing first amendment reasons, according to Bloomberg:

YouTube has faced repeated criticisms for continuing to display and recommend videos featuring misleading or disturbing content on its platform, but company executives are focused on keeping engagement -- and ad revenue -- up, insiders say. CEO Susan Wojcicki defends the YouTube platform, comparing it to a library and noting that censoring videos could infringe on users' rights to free speech.

Seems to be the opposite of what Facebook is doing. Yet both companies are the target of conservative activists.