Exclusive Interview: LBRY CEO Talks YouTube Censorship, Online Free Speech & Blockchain44

Social media was supposed to be a highly democratic way for all of us to communicate both among friends and with the public. Platforms like Twitter and YouTube promised us free speech, but quickly instituted harsh censorship policies against a myriad of content types and ideas.

As more individuals joined on to become full-time content creators, these people needed a way to fund their existence. Platforms like YouTube offered a means of sharing in the advertisement revenue, but content creators feel they are constantly threatened with the loss of their income due to the opaqueness and instability of the revenue-sharing program.

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