YouTube announced this afternoon they were taking a stand against targeted dislike campaigns.
And they’re testing new designs to hide the number of public dislikes in the near future.
YouTube doesn’t mind censoring content that wavers from their dystopian guidelines.
Why should they care about users voicing their thoughts of the videos they choose to watch?
Social engineering public opinion for more Democrat favorability.
That sounds more like it.
Because we’ve seen the mass number of dislikes Biden receives for every single YouTube video to come from the White House:
NEW – YouTube is working on removing the public dislike count in response to "creator feedback around well-being and targeted dislike campaigns." pic.twitter.com/a0OatA514n
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) March 30, 2021
.@YouTube announces that they are testing a new design that will hide the number of dislikes a video has from the public.
The platform says that this feature is in response to “creator feedback around well-being and targeted dislike campaigns.” pic.twitter.com/zeIYONtjkw
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) March 30, 2021
— Patriot J 🔥 (@sirhottest) March 30, 2021
YouTube is working on removing the public dislike count in response to "creator feedback around well-being & targeted dislike campaigns." Maybe because videos released by the White House on the channel had a bad-looking but truthful like/dislike ratio.👎#YouTube #Biden #DisLike pic.twitter.com/dAjCQIBQsb
— ∼Marietta (@_MariettaDavis) March 30, 2021
BREAKING: YouTube testing removal of DISLIKE counts. Don’t tell me this has nothing to do with Biden! 😮
— 🇺🇸Maggie VandenBerghe🇺🇸 (@FogCityMidge) March 30, 2021
Lol this is just because the Biden White House YouTube account has one of the worst like-to-dislike ratios in history 😂 https://t.co/pAZO9ITP0U
— Damani Felder (@TheDamaniFelder) March 30, 2021
REPORT: You Tube to remove #Dislike option for users. The Biden administration requested that YouTube remove the public dislike count after it has been getting continuous dislikes on the platform pic.twitter.com/k7QL971AYY
— Gautam Aggarwal (@gauaggbjp) March 30, 2021
Engadget had more info:
Over the next few weeks, YouTube plans to test several new interface designs that won’t publicly display how many dislikes a video has earned. In the design the company showed off, the dislike button is still there for people to tap, but it doesn’t have a count that’s updated in real-time. According to YouTube, content creators will still see that information through YouTube Studio.
The company says the test follows feedback from content creators on “well-being and dislike campaigns,” but notes people will still be able to use the dislike button to share feedback as well shape their recommendations.
What to do with the Dislike button is something YouTube has been thinking about since at least . That’s the year its annual Rewind feature became the video on the platform. , the company floated the idea of trying things like turning off rating counts by default and removing the button altogether to prevent a mob of people from bombing a video. We wouldn’t say this latest experiment spells the end of the dislike button just yet, but YouTube is clearly thinking about how to tackle the problem.
They’ve been thinking about this since 2018?
Sure they have and it took until 2-3 months into an embarrassing Biden presidency to take action.
This is nothing more than the federal government colluding with Big Tech to artificially social engineer public opinion about this wildly unpopular administration.
YouTube will never admit to it but they’re desperate to make Biden appear to be the cool president that he could never dream of being.
Not in a million years.
And at the end of the day, it’s another Big Tech attack on free speech to transform America into an Orwellian society.