Facebook Defends Video Practices After Accusation Of ‘Lies And Theft’

Facebook Defends Video Practices After Accusation Of ‘Lies And Theft’

By Lucas Matney It’s a tale as old as time. Internet video creator/vlogger garners support after accusing $260 billion social media giant of using unethical practices and earns a seemingly official reply comment on his blog post from a mid-level employee at said company. Ah yes. Wait, no. What? Well here’s what happened: The Post Hank Green, a YouTube creator who creates quirky, iconically… Read More

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