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When Google announced that it was going to replace its original commenting system with one powered by Google+, reactions seemed split between a positive reception for improving the level of discourse and giving channel owners more moderation tools, versus the concerns of commenters who felt that their free speech would be infringed. YouTube Users Unhappy With Having To Use Google+ For Commenting [news.cnet.com]
However, in the aftermath of the Google+ comments rollout, some longtime YouTubers are taking their displeasure with the new system public, posting their videos on YouTube but moving discussions elsewhere on the Web.
The complaints from channel owners are multi-faceted: while some are merely annoyed at being forced with their fans to use Google+ more than they had, ...
[edited by: engine at 10:14 am (utc) on Nov 18, 2013]