This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now.YouTube has added a new conspiracy to its so called borderline topics.
The false theory that next generation 5g mobile networks are linked the new Coronavirus and the respiratory disease it causes COVID-19 that means Google owned YouTube will stop recommending those videos as often Which can significantly cut down how much they're viewed.
But YouTube, which is more than 2 billion monthly users stop short of outright banning videos about the false theory of workers at Amazon's warehouse in Staten Island, New York are holding another demonstration Monday to protest their working conditions during the pandemic.
The protest is the second in as two weeks at this warehouse called JFKA.
The location gained national attention last week when the strike organizer Christian Smalls was fired the same day as the previous demonstration.
Amazon said he violated a company mandated quarantine order when he attended last week's rally.
And finally Quibi, a mobile only subscription video service that launched early Monday in the US and Canada has been pumping up the hype for months.
With the backing of all the major Hollywood studios and a seemingly endless litany of film, TV, music and sports stars making shows.
Quibi is betting $1.75 billion on its service for ultra expensive short.
film videos, but it's also launching in the middle of the Coronavirus pandemic, which is up ended the status quo around the world.
locking down whole cities, states and countries Hollywood is no exception.
movie theaters are shuttered, film and TV productions are on hold and big budget films are delayed for months.
What will that do to Quimby's future?
time will tell.
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