YouTube Has a New Naughty Corner for Controversial Religious and Supremacist Videos
August 1, 2017
Today, YouTube clarified how it plans to handle videos that don’t violate any of its policies but still contain offensive religious and supremacist content: hide them and make sure they can’t make any money.
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