Get rid of Susan Wojcicki as CEO of YouTube

Get rid of Susan Wojcicki as CEO of YouTube

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Susan Wojcicki and The Executives at YouTube have systematically been censoring YouTube Content Creators because they express "wrong thinking" opinions. I have personally seen videos privatized or even deleted by YouTube with the message saying the Creator did it only for the Creator to say that they didn't. Entire channels have been deleted because they refuse or can't to the line of TouTubes vague and ever changing rules about what is and is not acceptable.

Another contention I have is that their automatic Copyright flagging system is notoriously abused. Movie and TV show reviewers cant show any clips from the content they review or they risk their videos being blocked or deleted and if you get enough copyright strikes, a limit of 3 your entire channel is deleted.

Lastly YouTube completely threw their user Community under the bus regarding The FCC's new COPPA Regulations taking effect this year which require YouTube Content creators to label their videos either individually or their entire channel as either FOR KIDS or NOT FOR KIDS. Any videos or channels listed as FOR KIDS will not be monetized The Video Creators wont be able to interact with their audience, and their videos won't be searchable, and if their videos or channel are deemed to be FOR KIDS even if the creators listed them as NOT FOR KIDS. They could get expensive fines for being in violation, and all because The FCC or FTC doesn't want Advertisers targeting kids younger than 13 or taking and using their data, but individual content creators on YOUTUBE or any other platform should not bear the burden of responsibility for this and yet we are being forced too.

Susan Wojcicki and The Other YouTube Executives should be immediately kicked out and replaced and should publicly apologize for their malfeasance towards their users.

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