YouTube once again allows creators to use profanity in videos without being demonetized

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just as there was promised a few months ago, Youtube has eased demonetization policies for foul language. The platform apologized, saying the new rules had resulted in “a stricter approach than they intended.”

The update to the monetization policies that YouTube updated in November caused several content creators, they had profanity in the first 15 seconds, claim that they demonetize your videos. Now the video platform the policy has changed and has promised that it will review the videos that have been affected.

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On the other hand, the new policy still has certain restrictions. The videos with, according to YouTube, “louder profanities in the first seven seconds they will be eligible for only some advertisements. Also, if such profanities are used too many times in the video, videos will no longer receive monetization.

Also, the company has clarified some rules. For example, profanity included in background music will not cause demonetization. Profanity in the thumbnails, on the other hand, yes.

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The policy changes are now official, but the company says it will review videos affected by the old rules until March 10.

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