Now women will be able to make breastfeeding related videos on YouTube, the company will monetize
Google-owned YouTube will allow breastfeeding videos. It is necessary to have a child in this type of video. It is also removing restrictions on content that focuses on dance moves, including twerking, grinding, and more. The company has updated its guidelines to allow new types of content to monetize adult content. The changes will also apply to gaming videos.
A woman breastfeeding her baby with her nipples exposed or visible and demonstrating hand expression or the use of a breast pump, with nipples visible and a baby in view, now advertising revenue on the platform Can earn. A YouTube spokesperson told TechCrunch that it looked at user feedback on breastfeeding. Many parents watch content related to breastfeeding on YouTube and keeping this in mind the company is now offering money to creators. The company will monetize only informative videos.
YouTube is also lifting restrictions on content that focuses on dance moves that involve grinding or twerking. The company will still restrict monetization on dance videos that contain deliberate and repeated shots of the breasts, butt or genitals, extremely skimpy clothing, and erotic movements that mimic sexual acts, i.e. videos that promote nudity. It will happen but it will not be monetized.
Despite these changes, all content must still comply with YouTube’s Community Guidelines and Advertiser-Friendly Content Guidelines for monetization purposes. Critics have previously accused YouTube’s advertising policies of unfairly targeting women and LGBTQ individuals.
Shock to Elon Musk’s ex: IBM bans advertising, know the reason behind this
Tech major IBM has stopped advertising on Facebook over Elon Musk’s stance supporting posts promoting anti-Semitism. The non-profit organization Media Matters drew attention to the topic, saying that as Musk continues to dabble in white nationalist and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, his social media platform Apple, Bravo (NBC Universal), IBM, Oracle, and Is advertising for major brands like Xfinity (Comcast).
IBM issued a statement to the Financial Times saying it has suspended all advertising on X while we investigate this completely unacceptable situation. Media Matters said the company’s Placement CEO Linda Yaccarino is trying to lure advertisers back to the platform by claiming it is safe for business.
He also claimed that ‘X’ is demonstrating its full commitment to fighting anti-Semitism on stage. X has also reinstated several accounts of Fanatics as part of its creator advertising revenue sharing program. Which also includes accounts of Hitler supporters. The report said that amid this chaos inspired by Musk, corporate ads are also appearing on pro-Hitler, Holocaust denial, white nationalist, pro-violence and neo-Nazi accounts.
Personal loan can be expensive, RBI took special steps
The Reserve Bank on Thursday tightened personal loan rules for banks and non-banking financial companies. According to the revised criteria, the risk weight of financial institutions has been increased by 25 percentage points. There is a possibility that due to this move of the Central Bank, taking a personal loan may become expensive in the future.
According to the rules issued regarding commercial banks in the notification available on the RBI website, the risk weightage for consumer credit i.e. consumer loan has been increased from 100% to 125%. This will be applicable to both new and old loans. Personal loan has been included in this. Housing loan, education loan, vehicle loan and gold loan have been kept separate.