Never mind enforcement, who would even make such a policy?Good point. I do not know how you would enforce it, but say a $10K fine for each offense might deter some. Currently, the viewer uses their Brian and know who are good reviewers and decide for themselves.
- Certainly not elected lawmakers, who are often the first ones to unabashedly play fast and loose with facts (and otherwise) when it suits them.
- Certainly not the online video sharing companies (not naming names), who make their money on showing you ads and don't really care what you watch.
- Certainly not social media sites. Their own leaked research shows that their profits are directly tied to "engagement", which goes up when there is division and controversy.
- Certainly not the various photo clickbait sites (definitely not naming names!) who likewise make their money from showing people ads while hanging out in forums regarding the most inconsequential of "news".