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YouTube May Change Swear Video Demonetization Policy

“We’ve heard from a lot of creators about this in recent weeks update,” YouTube spokesperson Michael told TechCrunch Akiman. “This feedback is important to us, 1 we are now making some adjustments to this policy to address their concerns.We’ll be reaching out to our community of creators soon as we have more to share.”

 In November, YouTube expanded its definition of violence beyond real-world imagery1 to include violent in-game content “directed at a real, named person, or actions designed to create a shocking experience (such as violent mass murder)”. The company said that the blood in the “standard game” was normal, but only after the first 8 seconds of the video.The whole chapter left a lot of room for interpretation, for better or for worse.

The changes to his profanity policy were more radical. YouTube has announced that no more will consider the words “hell” and “damned” obscene words, but all other profanity will be grouped together rather than differentiated by severity (for example, words like “shit” and “whore” will now be treated equally). In addition, according to the new policy, “profanity used in the title, thumbnails, or in the first 7 seconds of the video or used consistently throughout the video may not result in advertising”.

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