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YouTube Terminates Accounts Of The Largest Volunteer Organization - Creative Society, Without Appeal

This week, YouTube abruptly deleted a number of channels belonging to well-known bloggers and video creators, including those belonging to the Creative Society, a volunteer-driven project whose mission is to bring attention to important global issues such as the climate crisis. The channels, which were available in multiple languages including English, Czech, Spanish, and Italian, featured videos highlighting the work of volunteers from around the world. However, without any explanation, YouTube terminated these accounts, leaving the volunteer community devastated. Not only were they not given an opportunity to appeal the decision, but they were also unable to reinstate or download their media.

The closure of these channels represents a significant loss of the billions of volunteer hours invested in media production and video creation. The Creative Society has been a powerful voice in the fight against climate change, and the removal of their channels silences that voice.



This action by YouTube is unacceptable and raises serious questions about the platform's commitment to freedom of expression and the ability of volunteer organizations to use the platform to raise awareness about important issues. The volunteer community and the public deserve to have access to the important information and perspectives shared by the Creative Society.

"It is with great disappointment that we announce the abrupt closure of Creative Society's YouTube channels, which were dedicated to showcasing the important work of volunteers from around the world. These channels, available in multiple languages including English, Czech, Spanish, and Italian, featured videos highlighting pressing global issues such as the climate crisis. The sudden termination of these accounts, without the opportunity for appeal, represents a significant loss of the billions of volunteer hours invested in media production and video creation. Furthermore, it is an attack on democracy and freedom of speech" - said Olga Schmidt, the president of Creative Society USA, a non-profit registered in California, USA.




This recent move by YouTube to delete the channels of the Creative Society and other bloggers without warning is not only a loss for the volunteer community, but it also raises serious concerns about freedom of speech and censorship. The actions of YouTube are in direct violation of the rights guaranteed by the constitutions of many countries and by the United Nations, which upholds freedom of expression as a fundamental human right.

The Creative Society project is a cause for all people, and it is driven by the participation of volunteers who represent the general public. The videos and media shared on their channels were an important source of information and perspective on important global issues such as the climate crisis, the unification of people, and building a society that focuses on human life as the highest value. The censorship of these channels raises the question of whether or not we have a future where our voices can be heard and our rights are protected.


Volunteers argue that it is important for individuals and organizations to stand together to defend the right to freedom of speech, democracy, and to ensure that platforms like YouTube do not have the power to silence the voices of the public. The censorship of the Creative Society project is seen as not just an attack on one organization, but on all individuals and on the future of humanity.

In response to these actions, people around the world have risen up to defend their human rights and freedoms. They are calling for the nationalization of YouTube and the entire Google corporation, as a way to ensure that the voices of the public are heard and that their rights are protected.


The movement has taken on many forms, with individuals and organizations using social media to express their support for the Creative Society and their condemnation of YouTube and Google. From cartoons to memes to videos, the message is clear: people all over the world are starting to demand the nationalization of Google and are outraged by the violation of free speech and democracy.

As the news of YouTube's alleged targeting and suppression of the Creative Society continues to spread, more and more bloggers and individuals are speaking up and joining the movement to defend human rights and freedoms. The outrage and indignation at the actions of YouTube and Google are being expressed on social media platforms all over the world, as people call for a unified front against the injustice of YouTube's laws that are above international rights and freedoms.


The message is clear, if individuals remain silent in the face of such perceived dictatorship, it will lead to a future where they have no voice or choice. This is not just about the Creative Society, but about ensuring that the rights and freedoms of all individuals and organizations are protected.

Many bloggers are also speaking out against YouTube's censorship, calling it a violation of free speech and democracy. They are calling on their followers to join the movement and raise their voices against the perceived injustice of YouTube's actions.

As more and more people rise up, it is becoming increasingly clear that the actions of YouTube and Google cannot be tolerated. Individuals are encouraged to stand together to defend their rights and freedoms, and ensure that platforms like YouTube do not have the power to silence the voices of the public.

This action by the tech giants, such as YouTube and Google, is seen as not only violating the rights of the Creative Society and its supporters, but also undermining the principles of free speech and democracy that are fundamental to society. The Google corporation is being called to be nationalized as a stronghold of democracy, with the United States being proposed as the country to take responsibility and nationalize the company. This would ensure that the right to free speech is protected without any influence or interference from political organizations.


Representatives of Creative Society are available to media for exclusive interviews, and requests to go to pr@creativesociety.com



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