YouTube has started removing the dislike count from videos to help protect creators from harassment, Newshub reports. The video streaming platform are experimenting with the move to reduce ‘dislike attacks’, where people deliberately drive up the number of dislikes on videos. Viewers could still dislike a video, “but because the count was not visible to them, we found that they were less likely to target a video’s dislike button to drive up the count,” the company said. “We want to create an inclusive and respectful environment where creators have the opportunity to succeed and feel safe to express themselves.”