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Let's say I watched a YouTube video and notice a comment which I find interesting.
I would like to upvote the comment, but I don't want everyone to know that I watched this video.

Is there any way for anyone outside YouTube to know that I had an of interaction with this video?
For instance, could the news below pop up into someone's Google+/something feed?

Your friend Robert has upvoted a comment on "How to live with an incurable disease"

Unlike this different question, this is about the comments.

  • Possible duplicate of Are YouTube likes/dislikes anonymous? – Leo Wattenberg Jun 2 '18 at 12:54
  • @LeoWattenberg: I posted these two questions because they are about different aspects of YouTube. The one you linked to is about YouTube comments, which is very different. – nic Jun 2 '18 at 14:05
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Yes, they are anonymous in terms of upvote/downvote, however posting coments can be obviously tracked. Not all services are like FB.

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    Do you have a reference for this? It would make it a much stronger answer. – jonsca Jun 3 '18 at 6:42

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