By Todd Spangler. NY Digital Editor. YouTube generally bans content with hate speech, bullying and nudity, among other categories that violate its community guidelines. The Google-owned video giant has been accused of inconsistently applying its policies to all creators. YouTube insists is treats all content the same, regardless of the speaker, political viewpoint, their background, their position, or their affiliations. And we know it can be tricky for creators and viewers to understand why one video stays up while another is taken down.
Justin Timberlake Nudity-Heavy Video Remains on YouTube
People are uploading 'naked yoga' videos to YouTube
Subscriber Account active since. It's accompanied with four screenshots from videos that appear after typing the term in YouTube's search bar, all of which have some pretty graphic thumbnails. A search on YouTube will bring up many videos of clips of women practicing yoga in the nude. They all appear to be old videos repurposed for YouTube, most likely reuploaded by people who didn't make or film them.
Nudity & sexual content policies
Though news sites reported that the video full of topless women was pulled from YouTube, it will remain up on the service, ABC News has confirmed. Before the video plays on Justin Timberlake's VEVO channel , YouTube users are presented with a explicit content warning that they must click on before playing the video. While Google does not usually allow nudity in videos, a Google spokesperson told ABC News that the video is an exception. YouTube's guidelines state that "Most nudity is not allowed, particularly if it is in a sexual context. Generally if a video is intended to be sexually provocative, it is less likely to be acceptable for YouTube.
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