Google Censorship: Youtube Deleted 2.5 Million ‘Dislikes’ From Biden White House Videos, Data Indicates

Posted by freedomforall 2 weeks, 2 days ago to Politics
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"The Google-owned video platform allows users to give videos either a thumb up (like) or thumb down (dislike). For at least two years, it’s had a policy to remove likes and dislikes it considers spam.

“We have policies and systems in place to ensure that the engagement on YouTube is authentic, and remove any fraudulent metrics,” a YouTube spokesperson told The Epoch Times via email, but when asked, wouldn’t go into details on what criteria it uses to make these calls.

The White House videos have seen these kinds of interventions on an ongoing basis, but it appears it’s only the dislikes that are disappearing.

The channel has posted more than 300 videos that have garnered nearly 3.7 million dislikes of which nearly 2.5 million were removed, according to data posted on the website The author of the website started to track the engagement on January 26 and has published all the data as well as the methodology used to collect it, but wouldn’t comment on his or her identity when asked via email.

YouTube is deleting close to 8,000 dislikes per video on average. Not a single like was removed, the data indicates.

Even after the interventions, the videos have nearly six times more dislikes than likes on average, the data shows. Without intervention the ratio would be over 17 dislikes for every like."

Now, if the People would get off their couches, surround their statehouses, and DEMAND a new, fair, independently monitored election with no machines ...

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  • Posted by Lucky 2 weeks ago
    This approach has not, I think, been tested in a court, but my opinion is-
    . breach of contract.
    The company writes the contract, some of the terms are implied, the customers agrees by use to accept.
    The company puts in a thumbs up or down vote facility. It does not say a fake vote facility.
    They have broken their own contract. Who are the parties affected? Not just the user who can vote but the advertisers who pay for what can be seen.
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