YouTube co-founder criticizes Google for tweaking video comment section
London: YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim has joined the list of critics for Google`s changes to the video site that requires use of its Google+ service to comment on the content.
Karim made his second-ever post on the site and wrote why the f*** he needed a Google+ account to comment on a video.
According to the Guardian, Google change in the comment system has fueled controversies with users planning to eventually stop commenting on the site rather than sync or make Google+ accounts.
Meanwhile, Google has stressed on the need to personalise comment sections for each viewer with posts from the creator of the content on the top, followed by popular personalities` discussions below it and users in the Google+ Circles.
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