Let me put it another way for the sake of some in this thread.
These channels come and go. I've seen a ton of them on the various Ubi sub forums since i joined. No one really minds them, unles they start claiming to be the "number source for this or that"
Take the channel in the OP for instance. We had a podcast in which some things were said. There was no difnitive stance on Connor's potential ove interest. The very next day, that channel had put up a video based on the comments in the podcast, claiming that Ubisoft had indeed confirmed that Connor would have a love interest in AC3.
Dunno about you all, but that is straight up misinformation. And although i haven't looked at the channel since then, i'll take the word of other people who have. If there is regular misinformation going up there, then i have no reason to subscribe to it. Simples.
So to return to my earlier quote comment (which clearly ruffled some feathers), we know where the official sources of information are. We know where the news sites that get information straight from the source are. If this channel is suspect, then i need not pay it any attention. All responses have indeed been factual and polite, or at least civil. That = /thread
Thanks for explaining. Works better for all, not just 'some'.