Regardless of which medium you use today, you simply have to live with advertising. And yes, we also advertise on our website because there is no other way. Because the operation, the security, and the content behind a website not only cost time, but also money. On the other hand, you can overdo it with advertising, and it sometimes seems as if there is more (and aggressive) advertising on a page than the actual content.
As a website operator, something like this should of course be avoided as much as possible. And what applies to websites, this applies even more to video streaming platforms such as YouTube. YouTube has belonged to Google since October 2006, and since then the number of users and the mass of content have increased steadily. It is estimated that around 400 hours of video material is uploaded to YouTube per minute, which first of all has to be stored somewhere, and the necessary infrastructure must also be created to accommodate the estimated 1.9 billion users who use the platform every day worldwide with HD and To be able to supply 4K content at the same time.