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Humans have a diverse set of interests
TikTok spokeswoman (@ 9:30) [ “INSIDE TIKTOK’S HIGHLY SECRETIVE ALGORITHM – Investigation: How TikTok’s Algorithm Figures Out Your Deepest Desires” https://www.wsj.com/video/series/inside-tiktoks-highly-secretive-algorithm/investigation-how-tiktok-algorithm-figures-out-your-deepest-desires/6C0C2040-FF25-4827-8528-2BD6612E3796 ]
YouTube recently deleted The Linux Experiment channel. What caused the deletion? Only YouTube knows and good luck getting any information from anyone at YouTube. But increasingly, this is happening more and more. Large channels are getting deleted, either for minor violations, or sometimes for no reason at all. Maybe it’s time to explore alternative video platforms…like Odysee! http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/155374
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I actually already opened it — as you can see I’ve finished a few bottles, because I was so excited to try them.
Let’s Talk about “The Social Dilemma” [4:25] via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOVFikDhs4I
If you watch this video (post by ABC10 Sacramento / Northern California)
do you see ads / adverts? (I saw clothing from Shein) Who is making money on this advertising? Only YouTube, or does ABC10 also get a cut?
Isn’t it sort of unethical to make money by posting videos of tragedy / death / dying / catastrophic events — isn’t that
sensationalism gone sadistic?!?