As the article mentioned, the current months small than normal case described the dilemma faced by Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube is how far to advance sustainability, viewership, and (to some) free speech at the danger of losing what is seen by some as the ethical high ground and long haul viewership. On the surface, the business model of YouTube seems to be the work of genius. However, it has raised issues. Susan Wojcicki became CEO of YouTube in 2014, who got to know Googles founder when she leased her garage to them for Googles first office.
Besides, lack of profitability was one of the problems that YouTube are faced in the year 2014. This is because YouTube facing the task of bolstering the Companys growth and financial performance in the year 2014. She had come up with the controversial insight that a more profitable business model for YouTube in two years earlier. So, YouTube should not be based on the number of eyeballs that visited the site, but on the length of time that these eyeballs stayed managing.
Besides that, it has a suppression problem in YouTube t-h-i-n-k-s that had to be mention as real Joann Lyles. Next, David Wittenberg added theres is no correct answer here. Someone will be bound to be offended, outraged, short-changed, or disappointed, no matter what YouTube does or doesnt do. Instead, YouTube has a moral problem. Based on the Philippe Gouambas comment as this Nation still believes in freedom of speech and hopefully will continue to do so in the foreseeable future, let there not be any sort of attack on this very fundamental right.
Besides that, online networking stages still commit to the open that they serve, YouTube should to be diligent in its attempt to put itself on the moral high ground and needs to try harder. YouTube is a platform the public has freedom of speech, free thinking and the right to be heard. In addition, how far can Susan Wojcicki going to secure the data blockchain to ensure it is hate-free. The article noted suggestions from present and previous representatives about approaches to modify strategies intended to expand “client commitment, ” or the measure of time spent on the YouTube site. The arrangements, it was claimed, had prompted the site facilitating unseemly material. Workers accepted that their proposition had been disregarded as management continued looking for higher incomes and benefits.