Wednesday, 16 January 2019 Scenes of pranks ranging from silly to hazardous have long been among YouTube’s most popular offerings. Now, after multiple reports of people putting themselves or others at risk by copying some of those stunts, the video-sharing service is clamping down on content that, in its view, depicts “dangerous challenges and pranks.” The San Bruno company said it updated its policies “to make it clear” that challenges “that can cause death and/or have caused death in some instances,” pranks “with a perceived danger of serious physical injury,” and anything that causes “children severe emotional distress” are not allowed on the site.
After watching the film starring Sandra Bullock about a family who must make a journey while blindfolded, The Smiling Afro finds ways to use the "Bird Box" challenge in real-life situations. Disclaimer: This is a video for comedic purposes, recreated in a controlled environment. Please don't try...
Business INsider reports 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..
Dangerous Pranks Say goodbye to the 'Bird Box' challenge. Inspired by the Netflix film, people were attempting to perform everyday tasks while blindfolded. A Utah teenager crashed her car..
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