YouTube’s ‘dislike’ and ‘not interested’ buttons barely work
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Mozilla observed that YouTube keeps even when viewers say they're not interested.
Mozilla researchers discovered that "not interested," "dislike," "stop recommending channel," and "remove from watch history" are ineffective at stopping comparable material from being suggested. Even at their finest, these buttons still let through more than half of , the survey showed. The buttons seldom blocked related videos. Elena Hernandez, a YouTube spokesman, said the company doesn't remove all . Hernandez blasted the study for ignoring YouTube's restrictions.
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