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You can now swear more on YouTube without fear of demonetization

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Over the past few years, YouTube has removed hundreds of thousands of videos and banned scores of creators from posting content that violates its rules. Sometimes YouTube turns off video monetization, resulting in financial losses for content creators who invest their funds.

Now, YouTube has updated its rules to say that creators can now use certain profanity, including words like sh * t and b * tch, within the first 30 seconds of a video. In addition, the infrequent use of the extremely popular word f * ck is allowed. Meanwhile, words such as hell and damn are allowed to be used not only in videos, but also in posters for it.

We are expanding the monetization of educational, documentary, or news content, which may include confrontation scenes with law enforcement, recreational drugs and drug-related content, or confidential events. We are also expanding the monetization of controversial issues, where there are non-graphical objective discussions of controversies in the video.

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The new rules are available here.

Source: Neowin

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