"We're sorry and we're going to fix it," YouTube wrote Monday night on their blog after receiving widespread criticism from LGBT producers.
The video sharing service suddenly restricted access to numerous videos from LGBT creators.
Tyler Oakley, Gigi Gorgeous, and more are against YouTube's new "restricted mode" designed to block content that some users may consider objectionable.
The unhinged segment of the right also claims LGBT protesters threatened violence against the Boston St. Patrick's Day parade.
A proposed law would fine media companies that don't remove offending posts within a strict time frame.
"The film has not and will not be cut for Malaysia," Disney said in an emailed statement to Bloomberg.
CNET reports that Germany's minister of justice will propose a law that slaps large fines on social media platforms for not properly controlling online abuse.