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"Angry gaming" videos bring in big money

YouTube's algorithm is driven by clicks, but the types of videos driving those clicks could be detrimental. CNET editor at large Ian Sherr looked at "angry gaming" videos where uploaders post content criticizing a range of topics from glitches in games to the price. Sherr joined CBSN to discuss why these videos do well and what the consequences are.
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