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34:00- onward you can hear screaming (ignore the burps in between). Woman is confirmed to be dead. This **** will be used in court though. https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/nikocado-avocado-stabbing-tiktok-video/ ''Fans of Nikocado Avocado were left concerned after hearing what sounded like screams in the background of one of his videos. In a video uploaded on March 5 titled “Our Final Video Together,” the mukbang YouTuber and his ex are in the middle of eating nuggets and fries when, at the 34-minute mark, multiple screams can be heard in the distance. Neither man appears to hear them.''
(Updated) You tube removed the dislike button
Neydelinska Spearsi posted a topic in TechIt was teased back in March, but today YouTube made it official: the platform will be removing the dislike counter. This means you’ll no longer be able to look at a video and think, gee, this isn’t a very popular video, I’m sure it’s just bad and not at all the result of a weaponised fanbase and/or political group. The dislike button itself will remain, so you can make your feelings known if you truly must. It’s just the public counter displaying how many times the dislike button has been clicked that’s going away. After testing the idea out earlier in the year, YouTube liked what they found: At YouTube, we strive to be a place where creators of all sizes and backgrounds can find and share their voice. To ensure that YouTube promotes respectful interactions between viewers and creators, we introduced several features and policies to improve their experience. And earlier this year, we experimented with the dislike button to see whether or not changes could help better protect our creators from harassment, and reduce dislike attacks — where people work to drive up the number of dislikes on a creator’s videos. As part of this experiment, viewers could still see and use the dislike button. But because the count was not visible to them, we found that they were less likely to target a video’s dislike button to drive up the count. In short, our experiment data showed a reduction in dislike attacking behavior1. We also heard directly from smaller creators and those just getting started that they are unfairly targeted by this behavior — and our experiment confirmed that this does occur at a higher proportion on smaller channels. https://kotaku.com/youtube-has-removed-the-dislike-counter-1848036246 RIP you tube, you're a complete **** now 2006-2021