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The YouTube strike is the platform’s technique of alerting people about the platform’s content. Obtaining three results in the same 90-day period will result in the channel’s permanent removal from YouTube.
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If creators break the service’s Community Guidelines, they may incur strikes. Decisions can be questioned, but as we’ve seen from other content creators, competing can be a frightening and stressful experience.
Popular YouTuber and Twitch streamer MoistCr1TiKal accused YouTube of a “ridiculous” strike against NightDocs for being a fake street rage video featuring people dressed as SpongeBob SquarePants and Mickey Mouse. Yes, you’re not mistaken.
In an Oct. 12 MoistCr1TiKal YouTube video, he talked about an incident in which he and other content creators were struck by YouTube for violating violence and graphic content policies.
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The video in question shows four people in mascot costumes “beating up” a man while two people watch and laugh. The video is relatively innocuous and appears to be a gimmick.
“I stinked a lot because there was nothing wrong with that video,” MoistCr1TiKal said. “It was removed because it was disturbing, but not really violent, bloody. It was all wrong.”
Markiplier is one of the most prominent content creators on YouTube, using his big platform to gain a foothold. He also responded to the video and said he too should strike. YouTube responded by hitting its channel with its first punch.
“Markiplier punched me and saved the day,” MoistCr1TiKal said. “This man was the savior of my actions out there.”
YouTube backed down, saying, “We’re not going to die on that mountain. You’re right…after (another) review, you and the other videos are back and these strikes have been removed. It’s our policy over-implementation.”
However, on October 11, YouTube issued a warning to NightDocs over the same video.
NightDocs replied, “I just got a strike for the same damn SpongeBob Road Rampage clip.”