Gone are the old days when a simple click actually meant a view. And all the discussion boards/threads/forums I have come across haven't said a thing either, thus I may have some answers: For the first 300 views (sometimes it'll stop at around 350), "all is fair" -- meaning it does not matter how those "views" were generated, cheating or otherwise. After that, You Tube checks up on those views to see how many were actually "legitimate".
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If you’ve ever wondered how views are counted on You Tube, then you probably are worried that your video isn’t getting the amount of hits you projected.
The importance of an accurate view count was also incredibly important to You Tube developers.
As a Google-owned company, it’s also important that all algorithms and security measures are taken.