Conservative host and comic Steven Crowder was advised this week by Big Tech platform YouTube that his channel might be banned for the remainder of the 12 months.
Aside from a really basic indication that he in some way violated a “hate speech” clause, Crowder and his group weren’t advised particularly what triggered the ban.
Here’s YouTube’s very basic coverage on “hate speech”:
Hate speech is just not allowed on YouTube. We take away content material selling violence or hatred towards people or teams based mostly on any of the next attributes:
- Gender Identity and Expression
- Immigration Status
- Sexual Orientation
- Victims of a significant violent occasion and their kin
- Veteran Status
Announcing their ban this week, Crowder’s group criticized YouTube for not informing them of when the “catchall” “hate speech” coverage was supposedly violated, mocking that they’ll’t learn the CEO’s thoughts.
“Somebody gets offended: ‘hate speech,’” the group mocked, including, “How about, if you’re tying to improve the environment, you help us understand where we went wrong.”
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) December 15, 2021
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