I am with you there; I've only seen a fraction of the content from these youtubers, PewDiePie certainly wasn't something that inspired me, and I was not at all happy by everything I saw there – perhaps I've seen two to five of his videos – and nothing from the latest 2 years or so... My own favourite youtuber is Casey Neistat by the way. Lovely guy, amazing (film) studio in NYC, truly uplifting and positive content. To my eyes.bxbrkrz wrote: ↑19 Nov 2019Youtube search: spiderman elsa frozen h3h3productions. h3h3productions is the name of the channel. Watch their videos about the subject. Disturbing. 1000s of channels deleted. Youtube knew, but did nothing. Made $$$$$$$. Big popular channels, like h3h3Productions, PewDiePie etc, talked about it. Over and over again. Youtube did nothing (at first). Huge scandal. 'Responsible parents' would put a phone or a tablet in front of their kid's eyeballs on Youtube Kid (not sure what the name is) for hours and hours. 100s of millions of views. Yes, 100s of millions across multiple channels. Everything was nice at first, but the algorithm would add those types of videos in the auto playlist for the babies and young children to watch.
But OK – so what you are pointing at is affecting "today's very naughty and screaming youtuber" material, but does it affect other areas too? I mean like old movies and what not? I ideally don't want to go through entire very lengthy videos and channels really but if you guys can point out specific content FTC will be looking for it would be very interesting.