Casey Neistat's Video on the Las Vegas Shooting Demonetized, but Not Jimmy Kimmel's?
YouTube's ad-policy has come under a lot of scrutiny this past year. Many creators -- some which deserved it and some which didn't -- have been demonetized in an effort to keep the platform's advertisers happy. Aside from flagging offensive content and demonetizing content that doesn't violate any policy but rubs the Google-owned company the wrong way, YouTube has also put restrictions on content related to tragedies -- like the recent Las Vegas shooting that took 58 lives on Oct. 1. As a result, many creators covering the incident had their videos demonetized, whether graphic or not. Even charity videos were not safe, as online influencer Casey Neistat f...
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