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How do you say your Youtube account is getting view-suppressed idiomatically? I've been trying to find a way to say it and I can't really find a good example on Google, so I thought of asking it here. I thought of a few possibilities, but all of them sounds awkward.

For example:

YouTube has been responsible of the suppression of views on my YouTube account.

Lately, I believe YouTube is responsible of the view suppression my YouTube videos have been getting.

Not sure if you would agree with me, but they sound odd, so how would you reword them?

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Try using suppress as a verb rather than suppression as a noun:

YouTube has been suppressing my views lately.

If you want to add in the notion of responsibility (as you did in your originals):

My video views have been suppressed recently, and I believe YouTube is responsible.

Also, it's responsible for, not responsible of:

YouTube is responsible for suppressing my views.

  • Is there a way to say it with the noun somehow? I've been trying to reword it with "supression" for 3 hours. – blackbird Jun 24 '19 at 21:56
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    @blackbird - I think that's the root of your problem. – J.R. Jun 24 '19 at 21:57
  • What about "responsible for the views getting suppressed on my videos"? – blackbird Jun 24 '19 at 21:59

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