I do understand that YouTube is great platform to share ideas, but with there A.I. systems that just flag mass amount of videos for no real reason. It gets to a point to think that we can't trust some types of systems to do a human's job. I think if their a problem a human needs to look at the content in questions. Then let it be up to the person to seem if the video is in the clear of any wrong doing or not.
I get so sick of anything that has good intentions becomes a total train wreak. I know that most of the channels are indie & do have support by their fans, but not everyone is lucky to have a large fan base to hand them some money. Some are not so lucky that they have to run adds on there channels & play by rules that seem to be in an grey area of judgement.
One thing that I always hate is wording that is so lose that I can't fully see what on their solid point of view. Now I can get their stands on not supporting the wrong type of content, but then need to shout down some of these toxic channels that are kill this once get site. I hope that it can be a greater site of that a human can kill the parts of the site that is hurting everyone else.