Music videos used as paid ads will no longer count towards YouTube's music ads.
102 of 109 drill videos flagged by The Met’s Operation Domain are now gone.
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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