NEW YouTube Community Guidelines Explained 2019 – NEW RULES
YouTube Community Guidelines update are coming! YouTube changes community guideline strikes, warnings and how to appeal community strikes.
YouTube Community Guidelines Announcement Video — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgoF7HpB55g Appeal Community Strikes — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyjm6mekzKI Appeal Copyright Strikes — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-_AbICUYhM How To Verify A YouTube Account — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1wAJ2ces78
Consistent strikes across all of YouTube We’re also making the penalty for violating our Community Guidelines the same wherever it happens. While most strikes result from videos, our Community Guidelines cover all content on YouTube, including stories, custom thumbnails, or links to other websites included in a video’s description or infocard.
Previously, not all strikes had the same penalty on your channel. For example, first strikes on videos would trigger a 90-day freeze on live streaming, and second strikes would result in a two-week freeze on new video uploads. We heard from many of you that this was confusing and the penalty didn’t match the source of the strike. Now, based on your feedback, all Community Guidelines strikes will have the same penalty:
As mentioned, everyone who uploads content to YouTube will now receive a warning the first time their content crosses the line. Although the content will be removed, there will be no other penalty on the channel. There will be only one warning and unlike strikes, the warning will not reset after 90 days.
The first strike will result in a one-week freeze on the ability to upload any new content to YouTube, including live streaming, and other channel activities. Strikes will expire after 90 days. The second strike in any 90-day period will result in a two-week freeze on the ability to upload any new content to YouTube. The third strike in any 90-day period will result in channel termination.