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Termination (also known as a Suspension) is when a YouTube channel gets removed, and their content and his monetization revenue will be lost for violating the rule or rules under Google's policies and/or YouTube's Community Guidelines. A lot of popular channels have been terminated by repulsive content, sexual content, spamming, copyright infringement, misleading or other violations. Any signed-in user can report a video and attempt to take it down. The YouTube Team does NOT look at their content on this channel, because there are too busy to work the website or encourage hardly with a embed content, only an automated bot can use it with an admin panel to report the videos. Guests (tourists) on YouTube cannot report videos since it prevents spams for reports. Otherwise, it will be IP whitelisted. Instead it will redirect into Google account sign-in screen.

Termination Messages

These are a list of all of the messages when a channel gets terminated, eg.: This account has been terminated for violating YouTube's Community Guidelines.

Multiple or Severe Violations

This account has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of YouTube's policy prohibiting content designed to harass, bully, or threaten.

When a channel is condemned to have harassed, bullied, or threaten others, it can result in a channel termination.

Third-party Infringement

This account has been terminated because we received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material the user posted.

This account has been terminated because it is linked to an account that received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement.

When a channel steals content and re-uploads it on their channel, it will result in permanent channel termination unless it was used as fair use to be unterminated.

After the user gets three copyright strikes, the channel will be terminated. But other way, they can reinstate the strike by appealing person what he did not do anything for severe content.

If the copyright owner strikes the videos its no reason, therefore abusing the copyright system, the channel owner abusement can be terminated but your main account will be still there for a copyright strike after the owner has been terminated continuously.

Terms of Service

This account has been terminated for a violation of YouTube's Terms of Service.

When the person is not following YouTube's Terms of Service.

Google Terms of Service

This account has been terminated for violating Google's Terms of Service.

When the channel breaks the rules of Google's Terms of Service, the account will be also disabled and terminated. Users can try creating a new Google account after the account has been disabled controversially. This can happen because of two things:

  • This user didn't follow the rules or Terms of Service
  • Another account was created shortly after the main got disabled.

Deceptive practices and spam

This account has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of YouTube's policy against spam, deceptive practices, and misleading content or other Terms of Service violations.

Uploading clickbait videos or creating advertisements that are misleading or deceptive can cause termination.

Leaving a bunch of  comments that contain spam on a single video

Links that lead to sites that contains scam and viruses

Hate speech

This account has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of YouTube's policy prohibiting hate speech.

When the channel is commenting on hate speech, like racism and/or sexism.

Impersonation

This account has been terminated due to a violation of YouTube's policy prohibiting impersonation.

If this channel was created originally, but another channel which has the same name as the original, the user owning the original channel can then report the imposter due to impersonation, The impersonator gets terminated temporarily with full of strikes.

Community Guidelines

This account has been terminated for violating YouTube's Community Guidelines.

If the channel gets three Community Guidelines strikes, the channel will be terminated. The user can appeal if they think it was an error. However, If they abuse or misuse the appeal system, they will be unable to create another channel.

The person who uploads content violating the Community Guidelines will not receive a play button, which is a reward YouTube gives to channel owners when they hit 10,000 (Bronze) 100,000 (Silver) 1,000,000 (Gold) 10,000,000 (Diamond) subscribers. Beware, please don't get any Community Guidelines strikes you have seen that, otherwise you got a hard work.

How do I report a video?

Do you want to report a stolen video of yours or someone else's? Did someone steal your metadata? Here's how to report it on YouTube:

  1. Sign in to your account in order to report the video.
  2. Search the lastest video.
  3. Select any video if you want to report (Click the three-dot for more options), or try watching the video under end of duration.
  4. Select the report reason.
  5. Write the full reason if you have selected one. Make sure to include as much detail as possible.
  6. Click the "report" button and it will send your report to the YouTube team!

The report will last for 10 days, if YouTube doesn't notice it in time it will be dismissed and you can try again.

If the report is still dismissed, contact the staff for advanced problem.

You can report any videos you feel that break the copyright law. But remember, if the rating is low after the video is uploaded, you'll have to report it carefully.


This page was created by Onutemaster777 on July 25, 2019.

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