Aug 062009
 
 August 6, 2009  Posted by  Business, Online

YouTube has … increased the range of activities that are barred to include, amongst other things, invasions of privacy.

“If a video you’ve recorded features people who are readily identifiable and who haven’t consented to being filmed, there’s a chance they’ll file a privacy complaint seeking its removal,” say its new guidelines. “Don’t post other people’s personal information, including phone numbers, addresses, credit card numbers, and government IDs. We’re serious about keeping our users safe and suspend accounts that violate people’s privacy.”

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