History YMMV / YouTube

22nd Feb '17 4:53:15 PM princessbinas
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** It is even known for mistaking names [https://youtu.be/B8I8vhGHC2E such as Tucker] for the word "fucker".

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** It is even known for mistaking names [https://youtu.[[https://youtu.be/B8I8vhGHC2E such as Tucker] Tucker]] for the word "fucker".
22nd Feb '17 4:52:48 PM princessbinas
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** It is even known for mistaking names [https://youtu.be/B8I8vhGHC2E such as Tucker] for the word "fucker".
9th Feb '17 1:30:47 PM mizorefan
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* BrokenBase: The Youtube ad system is a divisible topic between the users. Defenders say it's a good, albeit flawed, idea which bring more creators to the website (giving half of the ad revenue), increasing the content. In other hand, people who hate it say it's annoying to have to watch ads and Youtube should be ad-free again.
9th Dec '16 8:12:54 PM TroperNo9001
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* MotorMouth: Countless videos plays this straight, but this can be sometimes invoked by increasing the video's speed (this only works on PC's).
8th Dec '16 2:24:08 PM RoarkTenjouin
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%%WinBackTheCrowd: YouTube Rewind 2012.

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%%WinBackTheCrowd: * TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Some people feel that Youtube's Copyright School video falls into this. While the video itself is fine in theory, the video chooses to use the ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' to tell the story, despite them not really having a channel on Youtube[[note]]There are videos of episodes from that series on Youtube, but they are uploaded alongside other content on one channel[[/note]]. As some people have pointed out, it would make much more sense for people who actually have to deal with Youtube's Copyright system on a regular basis, like LetsPlay/PewDiePie, to be the ones to walk people through the process.
* WinBackTheCrowd:
YouTube Rewind 2012.
27th Oct '16 11:01:46 PM Ramona122003
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*** This one reached a fever pitch when Creator/TeamFourStar wound up having their channel ''taken down'' due to 4 strikes in a single day. And this team has ApprovalOfGod from {{Creator/Funimation}} in regards to [[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged their most famous work]].

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*** This one reached a fever pitch when Creator/TeamFourStar wound up having their channel ''taken down'' due to 4 strikes in a single day. And this team has ApprovalOfGod from {{Creator/Funimation}} in regards to [[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged their most famous work]].
21st Sep '16 3:35:06 PM mightymewtron
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKkt_QzbY0w This video]] has been on YouTube '''since 2013''' and '''no one''' has flagged it yet. Listing hate of the LGBT community on YouTube would take days.
16th Sep '16 5:57:29 PM WhatArtThee
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** In August 2016, {{YouTube}} introduced new monetization policies outlining that certain content will cause the website to disable monetization on videos. These guidelines include swearing, violence, half-nudity, and political topics. ''Which makes up most of the website's content''. It isn't clear exactly why this is being done, though censorship by MoralGuardians as well as MoneyDearBoy are likely theories.
4th Sep '16 9:19:55 AM Kakuzan
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** In August 2016, {{YouTube}} introduced new monetization policies outlining that certain content will cause the website to disable monetization on videos. These guidelines include swearing, violence, half-nudity, and political topics. ''Which makes up most of the website's content''. It isn't clear exactly why this is being done, though censorship by MoralGuardians is a likely theory.

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** In August 2016, {{YouTube}} introduced new monetization policies outlining that certain content will cause the website to disable monetization on videos. These guidelines include swearing, violence, half-nudity, and political topics. ''Which makes up most of the website's content''. It isn't clear exactly why this is being done, though censorship by MoralGuardians is a as well as MoneyDearBoy are likely theory.theories.
1st Sep '16 6:49:52 PM Kakuzan
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** In August 2016, {{YouTube}} introduced new monetization policies outlining that certain content will cause the website to disable monetization on videos. These guidelines include swearing, violence, half-nudity, and political topics. ''Which makes up most of the website's content''. It isn't clear exactly why this is being done, though censorship by MoralGuardians is a likely theory. This means that {{YouTube}} could be suffering the same moral purge as Network/CartoonNetwork is due to today's increasingly-conservative social justice warriors and aggressive political correctness.

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** In August 2016, {{YouTube}} introduced new monetization policies outlining that certain content will cause the website to disable monetization on videos. These guidelines include swearing, violence, half-nudity, and political topics. ''Which makes up most of the website's content''. It isn't clear exactly why this is being done, though censorship by MoralGuardians is a likely theory. This means that {{YouTube}} could be suffering the same moral purge as Network/CartoonNetwork is due to today's increasingly-conservative social justice warriors and aggressive political correctness.
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