Kenneth turns 10, and gets a .22 rifle
Recently, YouTube was in the news because a number of channels featuring firearms info were given warnings, and even suspended, without just cause. After a short amount of squabbling, they said it was because they had recently put a bunch of people on screening duties who weren't familiar with community guidelines. And, they removed the strikes against the affected channels.
No sooner than THAT was over, and I'm talking about a period of a week, maybe, they posted some regulations regarding firearms content that they would no longer permit. Gun channels became upset, even the calm people. I THINK some of the problem was just that the policy was poorly written; there were enough ambiguities that it could mean whatever they wanted it to mean. However, other aspects were clear, and ridiculous. Yes, there were some common sense items, too, but they were overwhelmed in the garbage. The following is the post I made on the YouTube Help Forum. I THINK you can find it, and comment, here.
YOUTUBE HELP FORUM POST STARTS HERE:
The firearm policy is stated here ; there is a letter stating it will go into effect in 30 days, but I've lost my path to find it. I have the text that concerns me. NOTE: I am a citizen of the United States, and it is from that perspective that I speak.