Gun rights activists, bloggers and second amendment advocates are outraged at YouTube’s decision to ban from its platform videos and channels which promote or link to websites that sell firearms and firearm accessories.
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YouTube plans to start banning videos that intend to sell firearms or turn them into automatic weapons. The new policy will be enacted in April but is called 'worrisome' by gun lobbyist.