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Making "negative comments" about someone and hurting their feelings may get your channel shut down on YouTube.
From YouTube's new "Harassment and cyberbullying" policy:
We want you to use YouTube without fear of being subjected to malicious harassment. In cases where harassment crosses the line into a malicious attack it can be reported and will be removed. In other cases, users may be mildly annoying or petty and should simply be ignored.Here's YouTuber Philip DeFranco talking about the changes:
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