YouTube Tries to Give Its Harassment Policy Some Teeth

The video site addressed threats, personal attacks, repeat offenders, comments

Channels that repeatedly violate harassment policies face suspension from the YouTube Partner Program adamkaz/iStock

YouTube is giving its policy on harassment more muscle with a series of updates it revealed Wednesday.

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