You-Tube reportedly lets Its most popular creators get away along with moreBusiness Insider #It_IndicatesAugust 9, 2019
With billions of visitors every month, YouTube is the largest video platform on the planet.
Alongside that massive size comes a massive issue: Moderation.
YouTube has repeatedly run into controversies over how it polices content that violates its own guidelines, whether it’s filming a dead body or one creator harassing another creator (or any number of other YouTube-related controversies over the years).
According to a new Washington Post report , there’s a good reason for all the issues: Some of YouTube’s most popular creators are allowed more flexibility with the platform’s rules.
The report cites 11 past and current YouTube moderators who claim that big names like Logan Paul, Steven Crowder, and Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg are given more rope when receiving YouTube content moderation.
For its part, YouTube denies the claim and says that it applies the same policies “consistently, regardless of who a creator is.”
The relationship between YouTube and its biggest creators is mutually beneficial.
YouTube makes more money from those ad sales, and the channel’s owner makes more money from YouTube.
And, often, the first step in moderating YouTube’s content is demonetizing a video — taking away its ability to make money on ads.
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