YouTube In New Push To Kill The Truth

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YouTube In New Push To Kill The Truth

Big Tech censorship is set to screw down even further your right to find ‘inconvenient facts and to make up your own mind. 

YouTube is looking to keep ideas that liberals term ‘conspiracy theories’ out of recommended video lists. The platform is changing its recommendation algorithm to keep content that might give viewers information that liberals don’t like from popping up.

YouTube claims that the changes will affect less than 1 percent of videos and that all of the videos will still be available on the platform, they just won’t be recommended.

“We’ll begin reducing recommendations of borderline content and content that could misinform users in harmful ways—such as videos promoting a phony miracle cure for a serious illness, claiming the earth is flat or making blatantly false claims about historic events like 9/11,” the company wrote in a blog post announcing the move.

Of course, no-one actually cares if a few nutjobs claim that the world is flat. The real target is ‘politically incorrect’ views – most of which are firmly based in reality which liberals deny.

The platform said that the removal of videos from recommendations “relies on a combination of machine learning and real people” to keep the videos from spreading.

While the videos don’t violate YouTube’s community guidelines and therefore won’t be removed, the restructuring of the algorithms will keep them from being distributed alongside ‘mainstream’ news.

So the corporate fake news legacy media can get back to telling us all lies, safe in the knowledge that YouTube and the rest of liberal Big Tech will be beavering away to spot and silence people and organisations trying to set the record straight. Big Brother isn’t just watching you and monitoring what you think, he’s manipulating and censoring what you can see to inform your thoughts in the first place!

For an in-depth study of the problem of liberal Big Tech censorship and its deadly threat to true democracy, read this full-length report!

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