My friends and I like to talk about what companies are doing or what they should be improving on sometimes because we get to learn a lot about what we can apply to our own companies and businesses this way, or if not it can also just be a thought provoking and entertaining conversation. That said, I'd like to ask you guys about the same thing. I have been noticing some missteps by Youtube and Twitter lately and it seems like content providers and users are noticing these a little more than usual because they do seem like a bit more major mistakes than their previous ones. Twitter right now, for example, has gotten a fair bit of criticism for unnecessary censorship by means of their newly formed panel of content checkers being sold under the guise of quality control but after seeing some of the decisions made by this panel it is becoming apparent that they are just censoring whatever is deemed disagreeable by one of the panel members or groups. I think this is a huge misstep considering that their whole model relies a lot more on freedom of speech than most any other social site. If you want to learn more you can look up the current controversy concerning Feminine Frequency. Youtube is going through similar controversy but it's more in line of fair use and how they provide more protection for big companies making false claims or copyright and letting them get away with it freely without ramification while the content makers get the brunt of the damage and even leaving them without any major form of recourse. If you want to learn more about this just seek out the phrase "where's the fair use" or the twitter hashtag #wtfu. I'd love to hear more so we can all learn more from the mistakes of others, and if you have any comments on the examples I have provided I'd love to heard them as well.