youtube banning people who follow the youtube rules but have different opinions than what youtube wants.
The problem is not that they are a private company. I uphold the fact that they are an independent company and can do damn well what they please.Y'all know Youtube isn't owned by the government, right?
I do have a problem with them Playing that they are high and mighty, better than all, and yet, not playing by their own rules. If they played by the rules that they made, I would have nothing to say. BUT they do not. They only support their own agenda while waiving the "free speech" banner. They also struggle to control their own platform. It used to be hard to become a "partner" (when I joined it was not an easy process) then they let every tom, jose, ramakanth, and muhamed sign up and become a partner without even having videos uploaded. and every action they've had since then has been a knee jerk failure.
They also do not support the creators on their platform. Those who create original content. I spend half my time chasing down my own videos that others have copied and re uploaded with 0 effort to change. and Youtube will only take that video donw 1/5th of the time. BUT I get copy write strikes constantly by big name companies (usually music groups), on videos that have 0 music in them at all.
Unfortunately, there is no lack of people who are willing to put content on youtube, so when creators leave, there is no recourse, as there are 10 others that fill the gap.
actually there is a competing platform, that I think will have a big push, https://www.floatplane.com
Bah, excuses, excuses, excuses!Sir - I deal in hardware - not software - and while I can program many things - I loathe it
That and I don't have a lot of money (hence why I own a Patriot) nor connections of the sorts
All that and I don't use youtube, bookface, twatter, or any of the social media garbage.
I dont care about your cat videos, your vacation selfies, or what the **** is on your mind 24/7! lol