The streaming platform YouTube has deleted videos of the group “Allesaufdentisch” from the platform. In the videos, numerous artists took up topics which, in their opinion, were neglected during the corona pandemic.
Aufdentisch: YouTube criticizes false statements about corona vaccinations
As “Bild” reports, the platform has now informed the artists that some videos or statements by those involved violate YouTube’s guidelines on medical misinformation. The affected videos were then deleted.
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In particular, “allegations about vaccinations against COVID-19, which contradict the unanimous opinion of local health authorities or the World Health Organization (WHO)” were objectionable by YouTube. However, YouTube has not yet communicated which statements are actually meant by the platform.
Allesaufdentisch wants to rely on “open dialogue”
In the “Do it all” campaign, actors and other artists talk about the federal government’s Corona measures and their opinions on them – criticism was often hailed for it. The satirically exaggerated, sometimes very biting comments from the actors and actresses were well received by many, but not by many.
In clips of around 20 minutes each, the actors question scientists, doctors and other experts on various aspects of the corona crisis. “The aim is to view the pandemic as a problem for society as a whole, and also to make those experts heard who, despite their often high reputation, have barely or not at all been noticed in the public debate,” said a press release by the initiative.
“#Allesaufdentisch is not a fixed group, but a loose association of people who, with increasing concern, observe the development of political action and the social division and who want to set an impulse for an open dialogue with their action,” said the Initiative continues.