posted on Oct, 6 2017 @ 09:24 AM
The problem is that 99% of the content in question is trash. It's like all those flat earth videos, or UFO videos that aren't actually videos but
power point presentations with creepy music, etc. Now, Youtube doesn't mind those, they bring in a small amount of views but more importantly they
don't offend anyone. But apparently a lot of people got angry about the shooting videos. So Youtube wants to protect it's reputation. Youtube is
responsible for the videos they show, even they didn't create them.
Imagine family of the victims goes to youtube, and there are videos saying they made it all up and no one actually died; or worse, they are liars.
That could be construed as offensive, maybe? Youtube, like any lame-ass corporation, wants to play it safe and keep on keeping on. In light of this it
seems highly unreasonable that they should value the opinions of internet pundits over people who actually witnessed the shooting.
If someone has proper evidence then I suggest they use a more reputable channel than Youtube to publish.
EDIT: Well, I don't know, it doesn't hurt to put it on Youtube either. Just put some effort into the content and presentation. My point is that
Youtube can't expected to promote any kind crap someone happens to upload there.
edit on 6-10-2017 by Cutepants because: (no reason