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In any case we still don't know if it's the advertiser's fault, Youtube caving in too easily or Youtube themselves pulling that move.
I feel any of the largest Youtube channels will be unaffected because most of them have product placements already and such. This is just a shot in the foot for the smaller channels.
I dont get it in the first place how a site like youtube can't be profitable... Aren't they like the biggest video platform on the internet...? (except pr0n industry)they must have billions of views every year and still they lose money?
joined a network who gives them way more money than YouTube do (although it's integrated into YouTube apparently)
Well, the new YT monetization policies don't prevent people from uploading controversial videos. They will just discourage people who make money with Youtube from uploading them. The CW karma system was set so that we can let members judge before we go straight with a warning or ban.
We should see to ourselves that our karma system does not take away our freedom of speech
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