YouTube Planning to Make Policies Even More Strict for Creators Who Upload Harmful Content




There is no doubt that YouTube is now the giant video library having tons of videos. Creator produces the video for their viewer. However, the video must follow some basic rules. Until now YouTube has not really strict rules you can say. But now YouTube planning to bring even more strict rules for the creators in order to keep their platform more clean and better.

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki planning to bring even more strict policies for the YouTube creators. Recently, YouTube announced another new policy in order to get the more ads and show them on proper videos that say that Creator must have to gain 4000 Hours of watch time and 1000 subscribers in one year to enable the monetization.

Yesterday night, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has written on YouTube creator blog that YouTube may soon have stronger rules that every creator will follow. It will punish the creator who uploads the video that will damage the YouTube reputation.

Respected CEO Susan Wojcicki says,

While these instances are rare, they can damage the reputation and revenue of your fellow creators, so we want to make sure we have policies in place that allow us to respond appropriately.

To punish the YouTube creators who upload the harmful content is the best way to keep the YouTube platform reputation on the top level. And why not, YouTube has now billions of monthly visitors.

YouTube is probably taking the decision because of the Logan Paul’s serious controversy. Logan Paul’s recent video which was having the dead body in the video. YouTube faced so many public reactions after that and especially creators.

In the blog, CEO Susan Wojcicki noted that YouTube will improve the policies by creating a new team of workers and machine learning technology in order to take the proper and fast decision on the harmful videos.

“We realize we have a serious social responsibility to get these emerging policy issues right, so we seek advice from dozens of expert advisors and third-parties.” – Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube.

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