Never one to let the clamor die down, YouTube has announced a brand new harassment and cyberbullying policy. But while arguably well-intentioned, could the vagaries of the new rules (and explanatory blog post accompanying them) leave creators more confused than ever?
Prolonged interactions are never maliciously intended...in Virtual Legality.
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Discussed in this episode:
"Many of you have told us we need to do a better job preventing harassment on YouTube..."
Tweet - December 11, 2019 - YouTube Creators (@YTCreators)
"YouTube unveils broader anti-harassment policies for threats and insults about race, sexual orientation and gender"
Washington Post - December 11, 2019 - Taylor Telford
"Carlos Maza, Steven Crowder, and Arbitrary YouTube "Guidelines": A Lawyer's View (VL64)"
YouTube Video - June 5, 2019 - Hoeg Law
"An update to our harassment policy"
YouTube Official Blog - December 11, 2019
"Harassment and cyberbullying policy"
YouTube Policies - Updated December 11, 2019
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