I wasn't sure what to title this article, and I still don't. I've complained a lot about YouTube's changes and policies as have we all, but these changes are getting more and more serious and they're getting more and more scary. And this isn't just going to be about YouTube. It's also going to be about Facebook, and it's going to be about Twitter. But this isn't really about them either. This is about the larger question of what a private company is allowed to do, but what a private company should be allowed to do.
If you're subscribed to Phillip DeFranco, or a few others, you could probably guess what this is going to be about. If not, it's the first topic here [link]. It's definitely a click baity title. YouTube isn't really shutting down Phillip DeFranco's channel. What they're doing is demonetizing videos that are deemed "not advertiser friendly." Keep in mind that this hasn't happened to me (yet). I'm