- Jan 30, 2010
In today's edition of clown world...
The 1st 90 seconds pretty much sums up the story...
but no one is entitled to yt's monetization, any one of those can setup a sales team to get ads for themselvesLiterally thousands of independent content creators have just lost their income now
Good points though content creators were simply abiding by YT's T&S and (for those who did) in exchange for the content they were producing they were given incentive to do so through monetary payment. With these new rules they can now find a video of yours from 7 years that contained something edgy and totally deplatform the user as a result.but no one is entitled to yt's monetization, any one of those can setup a sales team to get ads for themselves
a few years ago I had up some gambling vids monetized until a review came and they got demonetized and my AdSense banned, it's their platform their ad tech and their sales team, I had no right to bitch for them not wanting their business serve against my content
if the argument is that they are nothing without the yt platform, then that speaks of the value that content and those creators bring to the equation
I agree, but I don't know if we can trust anything the current administration bringsWe need a level playing field for several reasons.