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People Are Using #YouTubeIsOverParty to Complain About the Platform's New Policies


When YouTube announced on Dec. 11 that it had made several major changes to its harassment policy, a large number of creators on the video-hosting platform shared their frustrations over the stricter guidelines set by the company.

In fact, the backlash was so overwhelming that it led to the trending Twitter hashtag #YouTubeIsOverParty.

YouTubers use viral "YouTube is over party" hashtag to voice concerns about censorship.

The most talked about amendment to YouTube’s policies deals with threats and personal attacks. In a blog post addressing the updates, the company wrote: