I want to get your guy's opinion.... So, we all know how readily availabe "fake" Youtube views/subcribers/likes,etc. are. I'd say, they're some of the easiest to acquire in the game. Youtube knows this. They know what's going on. If you look into their policies, you can see that they don't even classify most of the "Black Hat" services as illegal. They allow it. Why would Youtube allow corruption of their own system? Maybe because they still reap beneifit ($$) from is no matter how validated all views are? I'm curious to see what you think about this. Is Youtube, the leading online streaming in the world, even on the forefront on such practices because no matter the validity of their site, they still get money? I have no opinion either way here, really. I'm just curious. Does even the leading streaming services themself welcome fraud, as long as it benefits them in the long run? Love to hear your thoughts!