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7/7/16
Original Poster
GamingWithRxe

Can we post hacking tutorials on youtube ...

provided that we will use my own laptop and mobile for demontrating tutorials??plz help
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Naaz CHARANIA.   I feel You Tube is working  great
7/7/16
Naaz CHARANIA. I feel You Tube is working great
You can make tutorials if the material is original.  No copy rights.  You need to have signatures of the person you are copying.  I mean legally done.   Second you cannot have sexual, homophobic, racists, violent, drugs, alcohol, etc. Check this on You Tube.  You have to be honest and no copied music.  You can get non copy rights music from You Tube.    Good luck
The Lady from UNCLE
7/7/16
The Lady from UNCLE
You can post them but that is not to say that they wont be reported, removed and you penalised for having uploaded them.  That is because "hacking" has negative connotations and generally is an activity YouTube and its community frown upon.
7/7/16
Original Poster
GamingWithRxe
youtubers like dese https://www.youtube.com/user/JackkTutorials and https://www.youtube.com/user/gaytony10 post hacking content .how to hack computer
how to hack android . so y dont their channels get banned.?
I always upload hacking videos and i get community strikes den my channel  gets terminated. so what are the proper guidelines from which i can upload hacking tutorials so dat i wont get community guidelines..
The Lady from UNCLE
7/7/16
The Lady from UNCLE
On Thursday, 7 July 2016 16:13:18 UTC+1, GamingWithRxe wrote:
I always upload hacking videos and i get community strikes den my channel  gets terminated.

Then you are no longer welcome on YouTube:

 
7/7/16
Original Poster
GamingWithRxe
lol so wat about dese channeldat ive showed u..i mean they are growing channels . so y dont dey get terminated??
7/7/16
Original Poster
GamingWithRxe
plus many security companies upload hacking videos like hacking websites . wat about them..now post  only if  u know the correct answer. otherwise dont
DeeLite310
7/7/16
DeeLite310
put it this way: you gamble with your account by doing so. You more than likely will be reported by the community, more than any copyright holders. you can be completely banned upon one report if its serious enough.
7/7/16
Original Poster
GamingWithRxe
so wt about dese chanels  https://www.youtube.com/user/JackkTutorials and https://www.youtube.com/user/gaytony10  y dnt dey get banned?
DeeLite310
7/7/16
DeeLite310
Again, if the COMMUNITY reports you and its egregious enough or they GET enough reports, YOU can have your account terminated.
TexasHighDef
7/7/16
TexasHighDef
What you are Not seeing is all the channels that we have seen that have already been banned for putting up Hacking Videos.

We have seen hundreds if not thousands of them by now.

No one here is trying to stop you from doing it. They  are saying that it could get your channel banned and all the time you put into it would be wasted.

But that is up to you if you want to get the gamble....

On Thursday, July 7, 2016 at 10:54:40 AM UTC-5, GamingWithRxe wrote:
so wt about dese chanels  https://www.youtube.com/user/JackkTutorials and https://www.youtube.com/user/gaytony10  y dnt dey get banned?
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7/8/16
Google user
GamingWIthRxe,

you could. But like the others said, it is HIGHLY recommended that you don't, considering your history of your YouTube channel being Terminated. Even one of the guys said that due to the Community Guidelines, if you continued to do the hacking tutorials on YouTube, you wouldn't be welcome on YouTube. I definitely do NOT want to see that.
My advice? I just wouldn't.

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