YouTube has announced a change in its appeals process for videos removed from the site due to violating its Community Guidelines. Users will now be able to appeal against ‘warning strikes’ from within their account management page. “Ultimately, YouTube is a platform for free expression, so we want to ensure that as much content is allowed to remain on the site as possible,” explains policy specialist Alice Wu. “Just like in baseball, we need a few rules to keep the game moving along, although now with YouTube, you have the option to talk to the umpire.”

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