Save the Children (Spain) took action. A small step in the right direction

Spanish Branch of the NGO Save the Children has responded to my report, which linked an add from them to a video shown on one of the creepiest Fake Rescue Channels, Md Sakil

Their Communication and Fundraising Director send me an email saying that they have removed their ads from the list of channels I’ve sent to them on my report.

A lesson must be learnt, we do not want the selective removal of channels done by each advertiser, we need that the advertiser asks YouTube to remove their ads from ALL Fake Rescue Channels. With this, YouTube will now that the existence of these channels may represent an economic issue and not only an ethics one.

Any ideas on how to “algorithmize” what a Fake Rescue Channel is?

Example of a Fake Rescue Channel Md Sakil

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