Luis Fonsi’s video was replaced with footage of a masked gang holding guns.
To get heavy users to pay for a subscription service, YouTube will increase the number of ads they see.
Videos containing looped sections of full songs will no longer help put of a song on the Billboard charts.
This is the third time their parent company has made the attempt.
The site is a big source of piracy for YouTube.
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