My point is that if you secure your own side, it won't matter what YouTube does. It should be blindingly obvious that you can not, and should not, trust any corporation to give more than a cursory glance at user security if user security is not their core business.
There were multiple points of failure on the LMG side, any one of which could have prevented this from the outset. Well before YouTube got involved.
"Just take a look around you, what do you see? Pain, suffering, and misery." -Black Sabbath, Killing Yourself to Live.
“Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains” -Jean-Jacques Rousseau