YouTube tests video appeals, a new way for suspended channels to beg for clemency
YouTube has always had a complicated relationship with its creators, having to enforce consequences for rule-breaking channels on the platform. The problems come when the ne’er-do-wells get mixed up with the law-abiding channels, which isn’t a rare occurrence. Now YouTube is testing out a new way for innocent creators to appeal channel suspensions — and it sounds like a lot more work.
A small number of creators with suspended channels in the YouTube Partner Program can now upload an appeal video to give YouTube a visual plea for lifting the charges against them.
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