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announced this morning that users will no longer be able to see public dislike counts for their videos, but they still have the option of registering a thumbs down on uploads in private. This new move reflects Instagram’s now-redacted strategy—which has been revealed as an attempt at minimizing stress while posting online–to remove likes from posts and reduce negativity around content creators who strive to make great work every day.

YouTube has announced that they will no longer show the amount of “dislikes” on videos. The most disliked on their platform, YouTube Rewind 2018 was uploaded by them self and currently holds 19 million dislikes with a likely record for themself should this decision hold true to power from regular user’s hands when rating content criticism rampant throughout comments both pro-and anti AI alike flooding in response over recent update

“I hate to get so formal about this, but I really suggest you revert this change. This will only lead to scam videos thriving on your platform, as no one will be able to tell what’s fake and what’s real. Again, this is a horrible change, and I hope the response gets you to revert.”

https://twitter.com/CELSHDR/status/1458495953980231681

“I remember when public dislikes on YouTube changed the course of history for the better.”

https://twitter.com/HikikomoriMedia/status/1458575060344524800

I understand it, but you are not solving the problem, the comment section is also a way to express the “dislike” on the videos, and sometimes, is better seen a dislike bar than what people can say

https://twitter.com/SrPelo/status/1458501676474716166
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