The community is upset because YouTube is known for over-correcting their policies and guidelines in the wake of scandal, such as the public harassment of Carlos Maza, in ways that can punish creators. On the same day a popular creator, who goes by the username iDubbbz, tweeted that one of his most popular videos had been taken down, presumably due to the update. One of his most popular series is called Content Cop where he calls out other problematic channels, in the self-policing fashion that PewDiePie mentioned. LeafyIsHere is on a hiatus from the platform with his last upload being around two years ago. Maza was not pleased with the new updates to the policy, stating in a tweet that "YouTube loves to manage PR crises by rolling out vague content policies they don't actually enforce. Youtube had originally stated that while Crowder's comments about Maza's race and sexuality may have been "deeply offensive
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Youtube had originally stated that while Crowder's comments about Maza's race and sexuality may have been "deeply offensive
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Why does YouTube allow Leafyishere to keep bashing others on YouTube?
Likely this is due to iDubbbz's off-color and potentially offensive humor. Wojcicki has come under intense scrutiny from users of the platform as she's overseen numerous policy changes and efforts to address scandals that have been exacerbated by YouTube's increasing influence. As of now, Crowder's monetization status is still unclear, though it seems as if ads weren't appearing on his videos at the time of this writing. Even PewDiePie admitted to being nervous in his video: "I asked YouTube about this because I was kind of worried [about] where they [are] going to draw the distinction.