About a week ago, I wrote a blog post about how I concluded that disabling comments on Youtube videos could be oppression of free speech.

My philosophy is that if you have the freedom and opportunity to express your opinions to the public, you should be open to receiving criticism and feedback. Preventing people from expressing their thoughts on that by using features like disabling commenting, is against freedom of speech.

This incident became a reason that I made Kament, a commenting platform for Youtube shipped as a browser extension that is enabling comments on videos when the commenting section is restricted. a tool to empower the public to express their voice, not affiliated with Youtube, or the publisher of the video, completely neutral, made to bring Free Speech back to Youtube.

Kament is currently available on Google Chrome Store and Firefox Addons Store, which essentially makes it available for all chromium-based browsers such as Opera, Microsoft Edge, Brave, and Vivaldi.

Once you install the extension, you need to sign in with your Google account, and that’s it, whenever you open a video in which the comments are disabled, Kament.io will activate and allow you to post comments. You no longer need to take such discussions to platforms such as Reddit or Twitter, you can comment on the video, right there.

To get started and be up and running with Kament in less than 20 seconds, check https://kament.io .

If you support this idea, it would be great if you share it with your friends and follow our social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram.

Also, I would be more than happy to hear your comments and suggestions on this!

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  1. Where are the comments stored? I assume that one has to install the extension for not only posting, but also seeing the comments?

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