What's youtube doing now? I'm not sure there is any viable alternative though because 1. it's hard to actually monetize videos on other platforms which is a big selling point for multiple reasons and 2. google seems to keep youtube afloat considering it's apparently losing more money than it's gaining from it last I heard. Even if you were to get a replacement video site that somehow became as big as youtube which I don't see happening or even happening to a quarter of what youtube gets, it'd still probably just end up bought by yet another soulless corporation.
Edited May 4th
by Grey Echelon
Essentially they bought into the "misinformation" idea, where any content that goes against or even just questions the official narrative for covid-19 is removed. I think most of the ideas are retarded too, but this sets a dangerous precedent and is really surprising given that youtube was one of the biggest backers of the anti-SOPA movement.