Save YouTube By Stoping Australia's Proposed Law (News Media Bargaining Code) #OurYouTube

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Elvin Hadi
3 days ago
Because the media should actually work and not just be supported by the goverment. #ouryoutube , not medias you tube.

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Steve Tuita
5 days ago
A code to further blind Australians to the truth.

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Nick Barker
2 weeks ago
its wrong and big corporations shouldnt have this much power over the media

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Chantelle Van Dooren
3 weeks ago
all media should be free from constriction or suggestion and persuasion from the government

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Ken Fishburn
3 weeks ago
im a content creator and this will affect all content creators on youtube.com

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Roy Flores
3 weeks ago
We refuse to be silenced!

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Chrystian O'Dell
3 weeks ago
I've been around long enough to know that when a company wants something, all they need is an opportunity to get it somewhere small, prove it makes a lot of money, and then it is suddenly everywhere overnight, this absolutely cannot happen to social media, no matter how bad it is otherwise.

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Grace Olson
3 weeks ago
No one, especially news sources, should have the power to suppress thoughts and ideas they don't agree with. Media is already so biased by money. We don't need more of that. Allowing this law to go through is just a chain reaction of injustices waiting to happen. Also, I think YouTube ought to be able to be a platform to express those things without interference.

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Peter Little
3 weeks ago
The internet is becoming a propaganda tool.

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Riak Riak
4 weeks ago
No matter what you believe, even if I absolutely hate it, you should be allowed to say it.