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Well, well, well - seems like YouTube and Google are at it again. Allow me to paraphrase: Congress is trying to prevent political "mobs" from "abusing" the vote. "We're currently just discussing the options", says one congress member, "millions of votes might be genuine, but it's possible that millions of other votes come from voters hopping on the negativity bandwagon." Some options may include a requirement to fill a questionnaire before submitting a particular vote, or just removing the right to vote to certain parties or candidates altogether. "Each of the suggestions has their own pros and cons, of course", said the congress member, "and we may choose to implement some of them, or none at all". There isn't an "illegitimate" reason to dislike content. People can dislike whatever they want based on whatever they want - they can choose to vote democrat because they like blue and they can choose to vote republican because they like Trump's teeth. Same with any YouTube video, or any piece of content for that matter - users do not owe the creator an explanation, and shielding creators from criticism and negative feedback is no way to promote better content.
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More from TheUnlikelyNo

Well, well, well - seems like YouTube and Google are at it again. Allow me to paraphrase: Congress is trying to prevent political "mobs" from "abusing" the vote. "We're currently just discussing the options", says one congress member, "millions of votes might be genuine, but it's possible that millions of other votes come from voters hopping on the negativity bandwagon." Some options may include a requirement to fill a questionnaire before submitting a particular vote, or just removing the right to vote to certain parties or candidates altogether. "Each of the suggestions has their own pros and cons, of course", said the congress member, "and we may choose to implement some of them, or none at all". There isn't an "illegitimate" reason to dislike content. People can dislike whatever they want based on whatever they want - they can choose to vote democrat because they like blue and they can choose to vote republican because they like Trump's teeth. Same with any YouTube video, or any piece of content for that matter - users do not owe the creator an explanation, and shielding creators from criticism and negative feedback is no way to promote better content.
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@MaxOgburn Thank you so much for the wire - appreciate your support! Any special content request? :)
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