Some content moderators on the world's popular video share site YouTube have alleged that it exempts big stars and YouTubers from rules to prevent content with falseness and nudity on their platforms. Alleged YouTubers say YouTube earns heavily from these big YouTube stars. That's why YouTube is generous to these stars on its platform.
According to media reports, Content moderators reported in an interview to The Washington Post that this lax approach to YouTube is the most advantage being to popular content creators such as PewDiePie, Steven Crowder and Ligan Paul. YouTube refuted the allegations that its platform's content policy is the same for all and that it keeps a close watch on it. Who is the creator.'
You may have faced severe condemnation from YouTube before, accusing it of promoting hate-mongering and inappropriate content. Moderators said that the ratings for YouTube videos focus on advertisers rather than the Criteria viewers, and that's why it's very difficult to understand YouTube's guideline at times. Moderators working for the outsourcing community said that it takes time to mark and delete the wrong content from YouTube because of the review of 120 videos a day. Describing the allegations made by moderators as false, YouTube made it clear that YouTube rules are tougher than other creators for those who benefit from ads. YouTube also revealed that it takes the full help of people and technology to implement these guidelines and prevent wrong content.