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Originally posted by AaronWilson
Youtube = Google.
Google = Censorship on whatever they deem 'unfit'.
This isn't a shock is it? I thought it was common knowledge our internet is frequently censored.
In George Orwell’s “1984,” government censors erase all traces of news articles embarrassing to Big Brother by sending them down an incineration chute called the “memory hole.”
On Friday, it was “1984” and another Orwell book, “Animal Farm,” that were dropped down the memory hole — by Amazon.com.
3. Censorship! This website, visiblechildren.tumblr.com ... which questions Invisible Children's legitimacy HAS BEEN BLOCKED FROM FACEBOOK.
Originally posted by freethinker123
I tend to agree with you. The only thing I'd add is that Youtube doesn't just decide to put up any vids on the front page. No, they put youtubers that pay them on the front page and claim that this is the most popular video that day / week etc. So we get to see that annoying woman and her chest even more than would we would do normally.
Its outrageous the way that google is making changes to youtube. There are youtube videos on the subject although I've read that some of these videos criticising youtube have also been removed.
The only reason I use youtube is because it has the most content. We are at a stage where it is almost the only place in town. However, if somebody with financial backing, decides to make a serious rival to youtube then many people will abandon youtube... Heres hoping....
Originally posted by LittleBlackEagle
we need people who are interested, to come up with new venues for these videos and search engines. they need to start WeTube, of the people by the people and for the people. put them out of business and send a message, we don't want your censorship!!!
Originally posted by violet
I think you can update your settings for your own preference of what your home page displays..
When they make big changes you usually have to redo all your settings again.
I gather you are refreshing or reloading to show content changes after your last visit?
Is there a difference logged in as opposed to logged out for you? It usually is.
I haven't gone to YouTube home page for weeks to notice this.