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Understanding the New YouTube Policies For Firearms

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Hopefully this will assist channels affected by the new YouTube policies regarding firearms content taking effect in the middle of April 2018, and shed some truth on what could be considered “fake news” floating around the internet on the subject. Remember guys, we do not agree with these new policies, especially when they restrict lawful activities while lumping them in with unlawful ones, but YouTube is a private company and can do as they wish with their policies unfortunately. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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8 thoughts on “Understanding the New YouTube Policies For Firearms

  1. YT is simply trying to reduce the percentage of YOU in their content. They would love to be cable where everybody on there thinks the same way, and can push out the garbage violence/sex/actors/plots content that sells so much advertisements. Think about it, glad bags will happily run an ad during some awful show about serial murderers with FBI gunfights but will freak out if their ad runs before a video with a link to a 60 round drum for a glock? It does not ad up.

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