New YouTube Harassment Policy Could Censor MGTOW & Anti-MGTOW
Sometime in the future, YouTube will be implementing a new policy that will supposedly curb creator on creator harassment due to the Crowder vs. Maza incident. Crimson also discusses how this affects both the MGTOW and Anti-MGTOW community as well as what steps to take to reduce your chances of getting in trouble with YouTube.
CLARIFICATION: I consider insulting people as a form of harassment if the same individual or group is consistently making personal attacks targeted at another person to have the targeted individual experience bullying, intimidation, disparagement, etc. Someone making many insults in a video or someone who makes "mean" comments doesn't count. This is a controversial topic, and there are a lot of grey areas. Remember, this is my opinion, and don't be afraid to disagree.
IMPORTANT: Although YouTube has taken a step forward, I also forgot to mention how YouTube took two steps back. They demonetized Steven Crowder even though he didn't violate the rules. So even if you do follow the rules, you still get punished, which is so stupid. I understand that YouTube is trying to make the platform a place where people are respected more, but demonetizing Crowder isn't the right decision. However, some argue that Crowder violated YouTube's rules, and they are defending Crowder because he gets a lot of views on his channel. I can only hope that YouTube will make fair rules, but we must also prepare for what may be in store for all content creators if YouTube fails us.
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