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  • Seems like Yotube is preparing something big

    AT&T has pulled all advertising from YouTube while the streaming service deals with issues regarding predatory comments being left on videos of children.

    Disney, Nestlé, and Fortnite maker Epic Games have also pulled ads from YouTube this week.

    Did this guys open any videos that are in "Trending"?

    Predatory comments are really nothing compared to this piles of crap.

    And this videos are showing top of ads.

  • WhatsApp is trying a number of measures to fight its fake news problem. The messaging service has revealed in a white paper that it's deleting 2 million accounts per month. And in many cases, users don't need to complain. About 95 percent of the offenders are deleted after WhatsApp spots "abnormal" activity

  • YouTube says it will stop recommending conspiracy videos.

    Youtube now won't suggest "borderline" videos that come close to violating community guidelines or those which "misinform users in a harmful way."

    Examples of the types of videos it will bury include 9/11 misinformation.

    And this, guys, in crime even under capitalist laws.

    An algorithm will decide which videos won't appear in recommendations, rather than people (though humans will help train the AI).

    And this is done to avoid blame.

    https://youtube.googleblog.com/2019/01/continuing-our-work-to-improve.html

  • @Vitaliy_Kiselev Definitely - cord cutting probably will considered an extremist act of defiance. I've almost forgotten that Alex Jones exists at this point; deplatforming seems to be a successful tactic.

  • Roku - After the InfoWars channel became available, we heard from concerned parties and have determined that the channel should be removed from our platform. Deletion from the channel store and platform has begun and will be completed shortly.

    Roku did not say that InfoWars had now broken any of its rules, as most of the other platforms that have removed the channel have done. It did not clarify whether the “concerned parties” were users, or advertisers who didn’t want their brands displayed next to the InfoWars channel.

    See. Big progress. Now they hear from someone, no need to reference any rules anymore.

  • @robertGL

    By this time cutting cord and getting life will be added to extremist activities. :-)

  • Maybe they'll make the web so controlled and pointless that I can finally cut the cord and get a life

  • It's just a conspiracy theory that Sony cameras overheat. Someone's authentic LP-E6 battery is stuck in their BMPCC4K? Just another crackpot spreading lies. Those Nothrups are at it again posting made up stories with proof about losing their shots on an EOS R? Steer the viewer instead over to Mattias Burling who has had a wonderful experience with our I mean... Canon's camera.

  • The Washington Post discovered that "more than half" of YouTube's top 20 search results for "RBG," the nickname for US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, were known fake conspiracy theory videos. In fact, just one of the results came from a well-established news outlet. And if you played one of those videos, the recommendations quickly shifted to more extreme conspiracies.

    The site addressed the skewed results shortly after the Post got in touch, promoting more authentic videos.

    You'll be surprised with Youtube by the end of this year. We even can get special tools for companies so they can tell that videos about their product they like that that are fake conspiracy shit about real issues and hence must be excluded from search.

  • WIkileaks thing shadow banned on Twitter

    These accounts are locked @wikileaks @assangedefence @wltaskforce @assangelegal and cannot be accessed,” Hrafnsson recently tweeted.

    “>They also seem to have been shadow banned. Should we be worried in these critical times?”

  • @IronFilm

    Thing is - this guys started to do it coordinated. Now they train on something that is easy - far right sites. But very soon it'll change and they will move to anything they won't like.

  • Basically if they're big enough (like Twitter or Facebook) then they'll be nearly untouchable, but if they're a little guy like Gab they can bully them and pull the rug under them :-/