YouTube is implementing a new approach to policy enforcement by launching training courses for creators who violate specific platform policies. This move is a new step, against their old process of suspending their channels.
Instead of punishing creators, the new strategy seeks to educate them, which might promote a more amicable and cooperative process. Under the new policy, YouTube will still remove offensive material, but it will also give creators more chances to clear their names and records in order to avoid accumulating fines.
Each training course, according to YouTube, is created to give creators a better understanding of the kinds of content that are prohibited. In addition, the new strategy will use distinct warnings for each particular policy violation rather than a single warning for all violations.
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