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You be the judge - the article referenced is the first link.
Now Facebook is being as angelic as the acolyte in a church carrying the candle.
They're publishing things they once held private in an attempt to show they have nothing to hide, and they're also behaving like boy scouts by adhering to the GDPR in the EU passed recently. They're making the most of pushing their good PR in hopes of currying the favor of the recently rabid public.
They've published a list of content that can get you banned. This wasn't always known because if people know it exists and the terms exactly, they can and will find ways around it, or will deliberately skirt the line.
It's the third link if you'd like to discover what these previously secret terms are.
And - if you're part of the EU or would like to see how the GDPR will soon affect all of us in marketing - it's the fourth link.
YouTube is publishing their enforcement report, and becoming a lot more militant in what it's allowing and will stand for. Taking advantage of any company owned by Alphabet (proud parents of Google the almighty) is probably not a safe bet these days, but it doesn't stop people from trying to ride its coattails to fame and fortune.
Clearly - the buck really does stop here.
They got rid of 8.3 million videos between October and December 2017 for breaking their standards.
This doesn't even include copyright violators or other legal reasons to take videos down.
They've been busy.
They're also dropping thousands of creators who are managed by umbrella companies to gain advertising dollars.
They pay the creators a percentage of their ad revenue - saving small creators from having to deal with Google AdSense on their own, but they manage tens of thousands of creators. This muddies the waters quite a bit, and the creators often suffer.
No longer, because YouTube is cracking down. If anyone wants to be "internet famous" now, they're going to need to work very hard, very long hours, and earn it.
We knew it would happen as they tried to expand and become more like their 'cousins' out there to compete - and so it has.
A nasty message has been circulating, despite being full of typos, supposedly from "Team Snapchat" which tells users that their photos will be deleted due to data server updates and instructs them to share this with their friends.
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