Youtube Pulled Dating Ad
YouTube remains as a subsidiary of Google. Grossman, Lev (December 25, 2006). 51 In November 2011, the Google social networking site was integrated directly with and the Chrome web browser, allowing videos to be viewed from within the Google interface. Apple channel in addition to the main marketing page for Mac desktop and laptop computers.
Red flag or miscommunication?
Downloading wasnt part of the app before, but it suddenly pops up in an update right before the start of I/O 2013 where Google gets together with developers to help them build great apps and services.
He said ads were disabled recently for 12 of his videos apparently because they included excessively strong language or covered controversial or sensitive subjects, thereby running afoul ofs advertiser-friendly content guidelines.
Why he pulled away
Popularr, philip DeFranco, who has.5 million subscribers, is one of the leading voices expressing irritation about the services pulling ads for violating its terms of service. And with Windows Phone bumping BlackBerry for third place in mobile market share, it certainly seems like its time for Google to open up and let Microsoft tap into the full API. And finally, Windows Phones are what Google considers sites to be mobile devices with limited feature sets. According to, to determine which content is ineligible for advertising, it uses a combination of automated checks adult (such as video title, metadata, adult and visual imagery as well as content flagged as inappropriate by users or advertisers, which are able to control where their ads. Hence, took down the video.
Microsoft isnt begging Google to build a first-party app or anything. Ironically, started issuing the notifications in an effort to improve communications and transparency with its creators about the policy, which has been in place since began serving ads on the site. In July, roiled its creator base after many saw a sudden drop in their subscribers counts, which the service said happened after it fixed a bug that prevented accurate figures from displaying on the channels.
The furor spawned a trending hashtag on Twitter.
If you're part of the online CBC News community, you're likely to meet one of us: we're the folks working to produce and promote your stories. However, music licensing company Rumblefish, supposedly uploaded its catalog into's content ID system - and apparently (and I'm still trying to figure out how, because no one seems to have a good explanation the Psalters song is somehow in Rumblefish's catalog. Googles never been OK with that, and you only need to look at the Chrome Web Store for confirmation you wont find any. Apparently others have also been finding their perfectly legal and licensed content taken down thanks to Rumblefish as well, and were told that they needed to call and get Rumblefish's permission to get the content back. Google, for example, wants it pulled from the Windows Phone Marketplace and nuked from users phones by May 22nd.