YouTube is prohibited from sharing threatening content
YouTube is prohibited from sharing threatening content|The video-sharing website YouTube has banned the sharing of threatening content. According to details, the past day has banned the sharing of malicious or threatening content due to racial or sexual orientation while expanding its policies on privacy. “We will no longer allow content that is maliciously insulting to someone on issues such as race, gender, or sexual orientation,” Matt Halpern, global head of YouTube’s Trust and Safety Department, told foreign media. They said that this law ranged from private individuals to YouTube creators, the public Matt Halpern added that YouTube has already banned the sharing of explicit risk-based videos and other content, but now videos on hidden threats are being banned. YouTube is considered one of the largest video sharing websites. It was founded in February 2005 by three former employees of PayPal’s Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Javed Karim. Later, Google bought YouTube in November 2006 for $ 1.6 billion.