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Why?

Reading over your angry YouTuber article. I see that a lot of it is simply slander for the sake of destroying livelihoods. When I go to ask about this, the comments are disabled.

So you can attempt to destroy lives and families, for things that are vastly different from what your portrayal is. Then when there are legitimate concerns and backlash you can't handle it.

I'm not angry at you, more curious on which company paid for the slander. Or was it multiple companies? Do you just hate youtubers? Is it professional jealousy or rivalry that youtubers sometimes gain more traction? Are you an advocate for censorship? Would you be willing to make a formal statement on the actions?

Wouldn't mind making this my first journalistic piece, all though I'll probably be just as one sided as your journilist was.

If this is not the place for these questions, let me know so I can go through the proper channels.

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???

Who are you talking about and what are you talking about?

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(NT) Sorry. Wrong number.
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Please supply a link or article where this happened.

Unless you supply a link to that content all the members here are going to wonder what you wrote about.

Post was last edited on June 8, 2019 11:03 AM PDT

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(NT) ... and then we take action ...
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Or.

We form a committee to determine what committee we need to form.

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(NT) I'll get back to you on that.
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That's OK, I sent out a memo.
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Another member shared enough that I could find the article.
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Good thing he wasn't angry.

"I'm not angry at you" Grin

'Turning outrage into views' [into $]. More brave new world. Sad

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