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YouTube Bans Bird Box, Tide Pod Challenge Videos - Across America, US - Google said it will no longer allow videos of dangerous stunts, like the Bird Box and Tide Pod challenges, on its YouTube platform. [Read More]
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YouTube has banned dangerous videos featuring people reenacting things like the Tide Pod Challenge or Bird Box and Fire challenges after a teenage girl was in an accident while driving... [Read More]
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Say goodbye to the Bird Box challenge, the Tide Pod challenge and other viral trends. YouTube has ruled them "too dangerous" and is blocking them from the site. [Read More]
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YouTube announced this week it's cracking down on content deemed harmful or dangerous – though it may be too little, too late for some of the platform's most famously perilous viral "challenges." [Read More]
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'Harmful and dangerous' challenge and prank videos will be removed from the platform. This covers challenges that could possibly cause death, such as the Tide pod challenge and the Fire challenge, and pranks that trick victims into believing they are in serious harm, as well as ones that traumatize children. There will be a two month grace period for creators to clean up their channels. [Read More]
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YouTube has explicitly banned challenges and pranks that put people in serious danger, according to an FAQ post on Tuesday. It cited the "Tide pod challenge" as an example of an unacceptably dangerous stunt, although more recent videos have been removed of users attempting the "Bird Box" challenge. YouTube said users have a two month "grace period" to clean up their channels. YouTube has updated its guidelines to explicitly ban dangerous prank and challenge videos — and it's giving users two months to clean up their act. In an FAQ page posted on Tuesday, YouTube clarified... [Read More]
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YouTube on Tuesday clarified rules against posting videos of dangerous pranks, as risky "challenges" prompt people to video themselves doing things like biting into laundry soap or driving blindfolded.The company already forbid content inciting dangerous activities likely to result in serious harm.But the clarifications "make it clear that challenges like the Tide pod challenge or the Fire challenge, that can cause death and/or have caused death in some instances, have no place on YouTube," the company said in a blog post."We've made it clear that our policies prohibiting harmful and dangerous content also extend to pranks with a perceived... [Read More]
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Remember when you thought the absolute stupidest thing a human being could come up with was the Tide Pod Challenge? [Read More]
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