#YouTubeIsOver? Controversial New Anti-Free Speech Rules Explained

January 6, 2020

The hashtag #YouTubeIsOver is trending on Twitter with many people angry about what some are calling anti-free speech changes to the platform.

According to an official release from the company, YouTube has enacted a new policy in which any commentary or content that can be deemed as harassment against anyone (such as another YouTuber or even someone in the public eye like a politician) is officially against the rules and is subject to deletion or account banning.

Read more at: https://screenrant.com/youtube-over-anti-free-speech-rules-controversy-explained/

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