The co-founder of Youtube, leaves the first comment after 8 years of silence

A few of us know Jawed Karim, one of the co-founders of Youtube. But perhaps you are one of the 12 million people who have seen the first video that ever was uploaded on Youtube and was his own. Karim for 8 years, had no particular presence on Youtube except of this video ... until now that he made the first comment and it was not flattering at all:

 "Why the hell should I need a Google+ account to leave a comment in a video?"


It's the same question which is in the mouth and the keyboards of several users last week, as Youtube launches a new feature in order to stop the "anonymous" comments being made to the videos on the platform. In other words, you have to create a Google account to leave comments and in this way the anonymous comments on videos will stop.

It is clear, therefore, from the comment of the co-founder of Youtube, Jawed Karim, that he disagrees with this decision. Maybe his opinion is not important as he does not work anymore for Youtube. What do you think? Does it bother you that you cannot leave an anonymous comment any more?

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