YouTube is the world’s largest video streaming service, where everyone can find content to their liking. However, soon, when choosing content, you will not check the number of dislikes on the video. A new controversial function is to blame everything, which allows authors to hide the counter of dislikes under their videos (obviously not the most successful ones).
Previously, there was a similar opportunity, but at the same time, the likes counter was hidden, completely depersonalizing the video rating for viewers. But now that the function will be extended to the entire YouTube, it will become much more difficult to determine the launched video’s quality before watching it. Previously, it was enough to look at the ratio of likes/dislikes, which will undoubtedly now be one-sidedly hidden by the authors of bad content.