More troubling question - as we approach 75th anniversary of World War 2 fought to eradicate Nazi regime in Germany - why are people in 2019 uploading “thousands of videos and channels pushing extreme views like neo-Nazism”? Are parents who raise such people partly to blame?
2. Instead of shutting down such channels and videos, YouTube should replace videos pushing new-nazism or extremist views with denazification material (similar to Allied/Pentagon initiative during/after WW2) to deprogram subscribers who had signed up to receive extremist content.
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