I was thinking about how the Youtube platform is dying. and something that Keemstar said dawned on me... A while ago he said that youtube is dividing up people's channels into 3 groups, kid teen and adult I believe and depending on a channels rating certain people can see the content. Let's use my brother, for example, he is a kid and usually watches kid-related content. but in this example, let's say he watches Mcjugegrnuggets and his channel is categorized as a teen, and my brother is classified as a kid by his age. In this situation, if my brother searched for a channel that was not kid friendly, it just wouldn't come up because of his age. Some of your are probably asking how does this Violate the 1st amendment.... well for those that live in other countries the US first amendment states... That there should be nothing that goes against... Freedom of speech Freedom of religion Freedom of press Freedom of assembly Freedom of petition But still, how does this violate the first amendment... well for something totally unrelated someone told me that the reason the USA doesn't censor the internet is that it theoretically violates the first amendment. So knowing this and the problem stated above don't you guys think that youtube censoring the content from views can be considered censored the internet and therefore violates the first amendment. I get that Youtube is a worldwide platform and these laws don't apply to many, if not all other countries and that I know nothing of the laws of the USA but I just think that this a valid case and id like to start a discussion about it.