Claire Wardle, executive director of First Draft, an organization that fights disinformation online, said of YouTube’s and Facebook’s inability to prevent the name of the alleged whistleblower from appearing on their websites. Both companies have said that they would remove content that included the whistleblower’s name because “naming the whistle-blower violated their so-called coordinated harm policies, which prohibit content intended to out a “witness, informant or activist.”” (The New York Times - November 14, 2019)