Exposing Dangerous how-to videos 5-Minute Crafts & So Yummy | How To Cook That Ann Reardon

Who is responsible if someone gets hurt following a fake how-to cooking videos?
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Hi I am Ann Reardon, How to Cook That is my youtube channel it is filled with crazy sweet creations made just for you. This week we are discussing an important topic – who is responsible if someone follows a how-to cooking video that is dangerous and gets hurt? Both so yummy and 5-minute crafts have uploaded videos presented as fact that are actually fake, inaccurate or dangerous. Join the discussion, does that matter? If so who should be responsible for this? The creator, the platform that leaves them up even if flagged or the viewer? Join me for creative cakes, chocolate & desserts, new video every Friday.

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    How To Cook That June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • so im sorry to say this like i fell bad for the kids but

    is the death just plain stupitidy?
    like pouring alchohol to a burning flame and from a 14 years old?
    oh come on at least put the fire out before pouring the fuel

    Baguette is nice June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • I thought this was a baking channel, not a roasting channel.

    I stole this joke from a comment below, but watch all the sheep give me likes anyway.

    Collin Kappa June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • Rule number 1: never ever try Bright side/5 min craft hacks and all of his secondary channels, it's fake/useless 80% of the time.

    jgmc2 June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • Tbh a 14-year-old should know that the fire travels up the alcohol.

    bird June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • It should be the content creator and the parent’s fault.
    The parent wasn’t watching what the child wants like they SHOULD on the internet.
    And the content creator is in fault because if they DID NOT make that content, it would not enter the child’s mind in wanting to do that, neither would it if the parent was doing their job as a parent and blocking that kind of thing on their kid’s device.

    The Eggman June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • Youtube: Don't express political opinions, but showing kids how to hurt themselves? that's totally fine Pepsi didn't want to pull out because of that

    George Szweden June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • My own personal opinion on whose fault it is if someone gets hurt using a technique from one of these baking channels is that it’s a little bit of everyone’s fault. First off, the source of the videos. The people making these videos are putting out lies and they know it. They know it doesn’t work, and they still post videos. They only care about making money and not about the quality or safety of the videos. The second thing to blame is the algorithm. Just because something is popular doesn’t mean that everyone should see or do it. The YouTube algorithm just puts up whatever’s popular hoping to make some money. They won’t ban content farms or even put down some channels or videos from channels because they’ll lose some money. They should put aside the money for a moment and focus on what really matters. Not the money, not the algorithm, but the quality and truth of the content. I know that there are millions of billions of channels and videos in YouTube, and I understand that the people at YouTube don’t have the time or energy to go through every single video. But that’s where we come in. Instead of forcing other people to watch billions of videos and fully research every topic to find out if the video is good or not, we need to step up. Collectively, every single channel and every single video on YouTube has been seen and or watched. If you see a video that has dangerous or fake content, don’t be afraid to hit that report button. The report is anonymous and you have nothing to lose reporting a video. If enough people report a single video, the people at YouTube can’t keep denying that the video is fine, or else people will stop watching. If we work together in this way, everyone is happy. We flag the videos, YouTube takes them down. We are watching quality, truthful content that has been checked over. YouTube isn’t getting complaints about their algorithm and more people that ever are watching. We build the future we want for ourselves and influence the community. Don’t let anyone down.

    DrewToob June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • Who thinks she should get her own show😁♥️📺

    Maleehah Suleman June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • natural selection

    I hate people with long usernames June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • To me parents need to parent :/

    Dremaus1911 June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • this is tragic, but i understand the creator who was allegendly resposible for that accident… us older generation didn't consume internet as much in our childhood as the kids nowadays. and we didn't have that much content on the internet to get us do stupid stuff. I myself can't even fathom how many small children are on the internet. i get shocked when i see friend's children of 4 years browsing youtube. we are not aware that children are the ones who spend the most time on youtube now. and i think that is ridiculous. parents should monitor that.

    echelon chick June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • Ann this is the first video l saw from your channel. When you said, 'Let's take a look at what actually happened in this situation', l got scared and stopped watching immidiately. After a couple of days l rewatched and found that you had a huge channel with hundreds of subscribers and kept watching your channel from that day onwards. Every Friday l type how to cook that in my search and Ann reardon is the first result that pops up.

    Mayuri D June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • I honestly say everyone’s at fault. The algorithm is dumb for allowing it, and it’s so silly for them to ignore such a bug problem. The content creators need realise who their audience is and how bad things can go if it’s done wrong. The people who follow these know that it can only end badly and still do it! Please just stick to asking professionals!

    Anonymous schnitzel June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • 5:59 I can back this up I microwaved starbursts once and the smell was indescribably horrid whatever you do, do NOT burn any type of candy

    Inkling44 June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • Ok, so i am a little late to this, however, i just found this channel and i am binge watching. i do love the content here but as to the question of who is responsible, why not put that where it goes. AN THE PARENTS!!! yes, the content creator needs to put warnings on dangerous content, however the parents should be monitoring what their children are watching and doing. That being said, i would really love an update on the younger survivor

    Nerdy Girl Plays WoW June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • bruh she be calling out everyone. thanks- new sub

    baby June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • My opinion is both the channel AND the platform it's posted on is at fault, whether the platform thinks that legally they're at fault or not. The content creator is responsible for putting harmful content out there, and the social media platform is responsible for promoting this content as though it were safe to watch.

    Michelle Onodera June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • The caramel thing looks like a serious trip to ER. Possibly leaving scarring/needing skin grafts. And it would look pretty gross too.

    TheCuteVamp June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • As someone who has suffered from caramel burns I can safely say don't mess about with that stuff. Was not a fun trip to hospital. And also, topically, I was following a YouTube tutorial, and no, it's not the YouTubers fault. It was my own fault for being an idiot.

    Big Man Dan June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • I think the content maker should absolutely be responsible — it’s not JUST kids following dangerous hacks, and they KNOW they don’t work, can’t work, and should surely realize they could be dangerous. I’ve never seen a single warning, but the promotion of their content as “hacks” suggests it’s easy, simple, and safe. There has to be some sort of accountability. I wouldn’t really expect YT to police the content of every single video, but I would expect them to have some sort of requirements for this particular style of video — safety warnings, do-not-try-this-at-home notices, SOMETHING. If this was on TV and not the internet tv (if Martha Stewart was suggesting fling hot caramel around your kitchen with no warnings), it would be an immediate lawsuit.

    Sarah Jane Cogswell June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply
  • One word. Sterno.

    Jon-Tabby Piper June 28, 2020 1:49 pm Reply

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