Needs to learn how to read.
YouTube went down for over one hour yesterday, and as expected, some content creators whined like a baby and blasted the service for affecting their views. By "views" they mean "revenue."
It's downright pathetic of them to blame YouTube for their financial losses. Downtime is a way of life for the entertainment industry; for example, the radio and television is periodically down due to technical issues.
They must have not read YouTube's Terms of Service that they agreed to, which clearly states the service is not liable for any interruption.
Twitter user @_meganeff hilariously explained the situation from a viewer standpoint:
YouTube is down. Everyone puts their phones down & looks at family members for the first time in hours. People start walking outside & see their neighbors for the first time in months. The apocalypse is now. #YouTubeDOWN— Megan Fitzpatrick (@_meganeff) October 17, 2018
If only all content creators shared the same thoughts...
- "Terms of Service." YouTube.com. Retrieved October 17, 2018.