The livestream of crypto YouTuber Sunny Decree was cut short by YouTube for harmful and dangerous policy
According to a tweet shared from Crypto YouTuber Sunny Decree, Youtube suspended the most recent livestream – broadcast on his English Channel – for the reason of violating the policy of community development.
— sunnydecree (@sunnydecree) September 5, 2020
Crypto YouTuber Sunny Decree recently saw his livestream cut short by YouTube
Sunny Decree is a YouTuber living in Switzerland. He is also a regular creator of crypto content, as well as many other aspects in German. According to sharing, this is not the first time that Youtube flags a warning against Sunny Decree.
In particular, Youtube warns that if Sunny Decree violates for the second time, it means that it violates the policy of “Do not post harmful and dangerous videos” they will suspend the weekly service for the livestream, upload video.
YouTube previously targeted sunny Decree’s channel. In December 2019, the platform began to remove videos with crypto-related content aggressively. Popular channels, including that of Sunny Decree – which has more than 123,000 subscribers – have had videos deleted without any explanation. YouTube later called this action “error” and restored many videos. However, after that, they did not mention it.
And then, it’s clear that Youtube is not at all transparent at all as it continues to target several crypto-related channels. It seems to be an act of “better to kill by mistake than to miss” in response to the fake cryptocurrency scam videos posted periodically.
In June, Youtube closed the official channel of crypto news website Bitcoin.com for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service. After the protest, the channel and all 40,000 subscribers were reinstated two days later.
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