YouTube tells impersonation victim: No, you’re not being impersonated

“I’m fortunate: I have a big megaphone to speak about this and am sure I can get this fraudulent account taken down,” Celeste Ng wrote. “But for someone with a smaller platform? They’re probably SOL. That’s wrong. YouTube should apply its terms of service, whether you have 90,000 followers or two.” – Sam Machkovech, Ars Technica https://ift.tt/2EglHbL
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