YouTube has announced further restrictions on the use of the site beyond the existing rules for striking channel owners off when videos deemed unsuitable are uploaded, in a clear indication that all the steps it has taken over the last 10 months to sanitise the platform have not had the desired effect.
Some advertisers who deserted YouTube in the wake of the discovery that racist, anti-Semitic and terrorist videos were running on their ads have returned to using the service, but many prominent names are still holding out.
Google says it has added new guidelines to take a tougher stance on YouTube videos that have "hateful content", use family entertainment characters in an inappropriate way and "incendiary and demeaning content".
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