Do We Need to Sue Facebook?
Hank Green

How exactly are you planning on getting paid for your content? YouTube recently announced that any “partner” creator who earns a cut of ad revenue but doesn’t agree to sign its revenue share deal for its new YouTube Red $9.99 ad-free subscription will have their videos hidden from public view on both the ad-supported and ad-free tiers. Facebook has no similar revenue source for content that I’m aware of. You can have millions of shares of a video on FB and receive nothing. Now comes ad-blockers making it even harder for publishers to slip a revenue source into their content on the social media sites.

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