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My Thoughts On The YouTube Advertiser-Friendly Policy

My Thoughts On The YouTube Advertiser-Friendly Policy Posted on May 17, 20181 Comment



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This is a video where I give my thoughts on the youtube advertiser-friendly policy that has been causing a lot of trouble lately and people’s videos have been getting demonetized. If you enjoyed the video please like and subscribe and also share with your friends. Thanks.

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There has been absolute uproar over the YouTube advertiser-friendly policy with good fucking reason. I’ve
heard some people defending YouTube saying that they’re not censoring its creators when they clearly are. Let’s
just read some of the things they consider ‘not advertiser-friendly’. ‘Violence, including display of serious
injury and events related to violent extremism’. That’s fair, I’ve no problem with that. ‘Inappropriate language,
including harassment, profanity, and vulgar language’. Now, harassment is fine I understand why that’s there but,
inappropriate language, profanity, and vulgar language. Well, fuck that’s about 75% of all channels on YouTube.
Some of the biggest channels on YouTube break this policy but YouTube won’t be too hard on them because they make
them a lot of money. But, the biggest, smelliest piece of shit in this mountain of dinosaur shit that is the
YouTube advertiser-friendly policy is this, ‘Controversial or sensitive subjects and events, including subjects
related to war, political conflicts, natural disasters and tragedies, even if graphic imagery is not shown’. This
is the kind of censorship I’d expect to see fucking North Korea but YouTube is an American based company and yet
they are violating the 1st amendment right to free speech.

Advertisers should be allowed to choose which videos and channels they want their brand attached to. It shouldn’t
be YouTube’s choice. If it were up to advertisers we would see less of these things because not many advertisers
would associate themselves with them out of common fucking sense. This policy has been around for a while but we
never knew about the demonetizations until recently and it’s destroying the YouTube community. However, if they
were to remove these things from the policy then everything would be fine.

To sum up, give advertisers the power to choose and these things will fade away naturally and remove these two from
the policy because you’re silencing so many people who have the right to give their opinion on whatever they want
to and sometimes it takes strong language to get your point across because a lot of people today are ignorant
fucking cunts.

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