These policies outline the prohibition of videos demonstrating how to build firearms, the assembly bump stocks and other gun accessories as well as the promotion of gun sales. This includes providing 'instructions on manufacturing a firearm, ammunition, high capacity magazine, homemade silencers/suppressors, or certain firearms accessories ...
While YouTube has always prohibited the direct sale of firearms, the video platform has announced that it plans to further restrict videos promoting guns. According to InRange TV's Facebook post, it recently deleted its AdSense account and has now chose to post content to PornHub in addition to YouTube, Full30, Facebook, and BitChute.
Every now and then, you'll encounter an ad or two while watching a video on YouTube.
It's hard to say whether YouTube's livestreaming efforts have been successful so far.
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The world's largest video site will also prohibit videos with instructions on how to assemble firearms, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.
The firearms decision comes days before Saturday's March For Our Lives, a rally organised by survivors of the February 14 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead. The rally was planned by survivors of the Florida high school shooting of February 14 that left 17 people dead. Especially worrisome is the potential for blocking educational content that serves an instructional and skill-building goal.
The new YouTube policies will be enforced starting in April, but at least two video bloggers have already been affected.
Live-streaming on computers could still be much simpler though, and that's why YouTube are adding simple live streams straight from your smartphone's camera. The firearms company Spike's Tactical wrote in an Instagram post that it had been banned from YouTube due to "repeated or severe violations" of YouTube's Community Guidelines. What do you think about the new firearms policy? Last year, YouTube earned about $10 billion in revenue, most of which came from the ads.
While the move will be frustrating for the millions of users who use the platform as a free streaming alternative, it's a win for YouTube in terms of business.