Google Bleeds Advertisers Including Disney And Nestle As YouTube Faces Horrific Child Porn Scandal

THIS STORY GETS CRAZY. READ TO THE BOTTOM.

YouTuber, Matt Watson, released a video that exposes how easily children are being exploited on YouTube, and worse, how YouTube appears to be facilitating the exploitation by choosing NOT to delete accounts their own algorithm has identified as violating policies regarding exporting children on their platform.

Even after an account has been reported, and their comments section disabled, the account itself remains active. Matt Watson is demanding answers.

“Walt Disney pulled its ad spending from YouTube after a blogger detailed how comments were being used to facilitate a “soft-core pedophilia ring”’

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This is disgusting. When you’ve lost the pedophile enablers of Disney, you know you have a problem.

Over the past 48 hours I have discovered a wormhole into a soft-core pedophilia ring on Youtube. Youtube’s recommended algorithm is facilitating pedophiles’ ability to connect with each-other, trade contact info, and link to actual CP in the comments. I can consistently get access to it from vanilla, never-before-used Youtube accounts via innocuous videos in less than ten minutes, in sometimes less than five clicks.. Additionally, I have video evidence that these videos are being monetized by Youtube, brands like McDonald’s, Lysol, Disney, Reese’s, and more.

This loophole is wrong, something needs to be done. Its’s being monetized. CP is being traded as well as social media and WhatsApp addresses. Youtube is facilitating this problem. It doesn’t matter that they flag videos and turn off the comments, these videos are still being monetized, and more importantly they are still available for users to watch.

How would these brands react to knowing their advertising is appearing on these videos? Let them know it is unacceptable:

Maybe Google should change their slogan from “Don’t be evil” to “Don’t host child p0rn”

Matt has launched a hashtag movement to raise awareness of the issue, #WakeUpYouTube

But not everyone is happy about what Matt’s doing. At least one of Matt’s fellow YouTubers posted a video in response that exposes some creepy behavior by Matt himself.

Looks like Matt might have some of his own explaining to do.

YouTube seems like a nice place.