YouTube warns white nationalist groups promoting race war that videos better not violate copyright - The Beaverton

YouTube warns white nationalist groups promoting race war that videos better not violate copyright

SAN BRUNO, CA – Video-sharing website and Google subsidiary YouTube has announced a strict new policy of reiterating its only response to white nationalism: swiftly pulling videos that violate copyright.

“Our business will not tolerate a Taylor Swift song being played while skinheads scream ‘white power!’” read the new-old policy released today on the company’s website. “Hate speech towards immigrants will not be tolerated if it coincides with any rebroadcast, retransmission, or account of a baseball game, without the express written consent of Major League Baseball.”

The policy further states any legitimate copyright complaint by a corporation valued at $3,000,000 USD or more made against a video glorifying torch-wielding Proud Boys chanting about the purity of the white race will be removed within minutes.

“Our copyright detection system protects artists creating original content by including sophisticated algorithms that match similar videos in the event one white separatist denying the Holocaust steals content from the other.”

YouTube has also taken additional steps to monitor individuals who watch nazi propaganda so that their personal information can be sold to third party advertisers, specifically those selling tight black leather and SS paraphernalia.

The video-sharing giant also reminded any of their Ku Klux Klan channel followers there’s popular anti-black and anti-semitic jingles now available on its premium service YouTube Music.

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