YouTube announced Tuesday it will add a label to relevant search queries and videos on Election Day. The label will link to a separate page with Google-promoted results from The Associated Press.
The company’s plan to address early victory claims is less detailed than other social networks.
The announcement comes one week ahead of the U.S. elections and as social media companies scramble to tweak policies to contain misinformation ahead of an expected contentious election.

Google-owned YouTube will add an elections results label to search queries and videos on Election Day as a means of addressing potential misinformation surrounding the elections.

In a blog post, YouTube said it will place a label — or “information panel,” as Google calls it — at the top of search results for election-related queries, and below relevant videos, with the message: “Results may not be final. See the latest on Google.” Read More..