I DO NOT Appreciate Youtube Linking To Encyclopedia Britannica's Page On 9/11



I found this article from July 9th 2018: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5935617/YouTube-aims-crack-fake-news-support-journalism.html?fbclid=IwAR3S...


"The company (Youtube) is also testing ways to counter conspiracy videos with generally trusted sources such as Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Britannica.


For common conspiracy subjects - what YouTube delicately calls 'well-established historical and scientific topics that have often been subject to misinformation,' such as the moon landing and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing - Google will add information from such third parties for users who search on these topics." - [dailymail.co.uk, 7/9/2018]


What is a "conspiracy video?" What are "conspiracy subjects?"


I used to see the definition for the word "Conspiracy" as "more than one individual committing a crime."


Google defines it by saying it's "a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful."


Ok fine, a group instead of one doing something unlawful or harmful.


Is this a "conspiracy video?"




By definition, 9/11 was a "conspiracy." You either believe the Government's version of that "conspiracy" or you DO NOT. I DO NOT.


The word "conspiracy" does NOT mean "made up fairy tale" and it does NOT mean "fake news."