YouTuber Carry Minati’s ‘Youtube vs Tiktok’ video was remove from YouTube for violating its ‘terms of service’.

According to YouTube’s Harassment and Cyberbullying Policy, “Content that threatens individuals is not allowed on YouTube. We also do not allow content that targets an individual with prolonged or malicious insults based on intrinsic attributes, including their protected group status or physical traits.

Don’t post content on YouTube if it fits any of the descriptions noted below.

  • Content that features prolonged name calling or malicious insults (such as racial slurs) based on their intrinsic attributes. These attributes include their protected group status, physical attributes, or their status as a survivor of sexual assault, domestic abuse, child abuse etc.
  • Content uploaded with the intent to shame, deceive or insult a minor. A minor is defined as a person under the legal age of majority. This usually means anyone younger than 18 years old, but the age of a minor might vary by country.”

Carry Minati’s YouTube vs TikTok video was a pretty tragetted attack at Tiktok’s self-proclaimed social media influencer Amir Siddiquie- dismantling Siddiqui’s video line-by-line.

This is a developing story………………

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