Russian channels hide likes and comments under Putin’s New Year address

Channel One and Russia 24 hid YouTube’s Like and Dislike counter under New Year’s address by Russian President Vladimir Putin .

In addition, comments are disabled under the video of Channel One and Russia 24 .

Under the videos, there are Like and Dislike buttons, but the number of these marks is hidden.

Under the other videos, the number of likes and dislikes is still visible. To rate the video, you must be logged into your YouTube account, but even after that, the counter is not visible.

The Echo of Moscow radio station notes that by 1pm on January 1, when the counters had not been switched off yet, Putin’s address on the Channel One page gained 66 thousand dislikes with 12 thousand likes.

Another Russian channel, NTV, left meters under Putin’s appeal. By mid-Sunday, the Russian president collected 17 thousand dislikes with 4.5 thousand likes.

(c) HB


6 comments

  • “The Echo of Moscow radio station notes that by 1pm on January 1, when the counters had not been switched off yet, Putin’s address on the Channel One page gained 66 thousand dislikes with 12 thousand likes.”

    So much for being Mr Popular. Russia really is a pathetic country, criticism of the dwarf will not be allowed. I wonder if they turned off the comments too?

    Liked by 5 people

  • англійський масон

    Another reason why the moskali want their own self contained internet, so they can control what the people really think.

    Nothing changes behind the Iron Curtain, every progress made under the presidency of Gorbachev has been reversed, not long now until those poor people are back in the days of Stalin and afraid to fart without a permit.

    Great place to live.

    Liked by 3 people

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