Should YouTube reverse its new monetization policy? | The Tylt
YouTubers are freaking out over a new site policy that says explicit content would disqualify a channel from running ads on its videos. The policy severely censors what creators can make and say, and puts the livelihoods of YouTubers at risk. However, some say the policy is nothing new and will allow Youtube to better combat abusive channels.
Should YouTube reverse its new monetization policy?
Producer just got off the phone with Youtube and it wasn't a mistake. Feels a little bit like getting stabbed in the back after 10 years.— Philip DeFranco (@PhillyD) August 31, 2016
If you want someone to thank for Youtubes new monetization changes, look no further than the cancer of "Drama" channels.— John Bain (@Totalbiscuit) August 31, 2016
Advertisers dont want to be associated with people that make others lives miserable for money. Shocking I know.— John Bain (@Totalbiscuit) August 31, 2016
The line between what is "the news" and what is bullshit drama and tabloid TMZ-level garbage is a thin one.— John Bain (@Totalbiscuit) August 31, 2016
There's not a question that there's going to be abuse of this policy and that people like PhillyD getting hit is unacceptable.— John Bain (@Totalbiscuit) August 31, 2016