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Is Youtube Enforcing Censorship Through The Demonetization Policy?
YouTube is enforcing censorship through the demonetization policy.
Producers engage in self-censorship to comply with Youtube's community standards
The application of the policy is opaque and not equal for everyone.
For the people that make a living from YouTube, demonetization is a serious form of controlling their content creation.
YouTube is a private company, so it is natural that it looks for its economic interests.
The advertisers are ultimately the ones who have the decision power, Youtube is just an intermediary.
The content is still available, although demonetized.
There are certain types of content that shouldn't be rewarded.
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