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John Doe

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As someone who has managed cats for decades, I am very mindful of the risk
of eye damage. Some kids just LOVE putting their face in the face of a
cat. When you assume it has fully functional claws (like it should), that
is hideously cringy.

Check out this YouTube video. It\'s not graphically violent, but anybody
with at least half a brain can see the TRULY horrible risk posed to an
unsuspecting infant.

https://youtu.be/7na_-LfGfpE?list=PLzR3kwLjKaXx06hxDAQBdq9BETtaKS000&t=28

That channel has lots of other videos profiting from child abuse.

Just occurred to me (one reason I\'m posting)... Four days ago, after I
complained to Google about that promotion of child abuse for profit, my 5
year old YouTube account was terminated. FWIW... Their termination isn\'t a
problem, unless someday making another account (already done) is a
problem. I wouldn\'t want to be depending on them for personal profit, but
for commenting on YouTube videos, there is no such thing as a posting
history (at least not easily accessible), so what difference does a new
account make?
 
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Lasse Langwadt Christensen

Guest
tirsdag den 27. oktober 2020 kl. 22.25.36 UTC+1 skrev John Doe:
As someone who has managed cats for decades, I am very mindful of the risk
of eye damage. Some kids just LOVE putting their face in the face of a
cat. When you assume it has fully functional claws (like it should), that
is hideously cringy.

Check out this YouTube video. It\'s not graphically violent, but anybody
with at least half a brain can see the TRULY horrible risk posed to an
unsuspecting infant.

https://youtu.be/7na_-LfGfpE?list=PLzR3kwLjKaXx06hxDAQBdq9BETtaKS000&t=28

That channel has lots of other videos profiting from child abuse.

Just occurred to me (one reason I\'m posting)... Four days ago, after I
complained to Google about that promotion of child abuse for profit, my 5
year old YouTube account was terminated. FWIW... Their termination isn\'t a
problem, unless someday making another account (already done) is a
problem. I wouldn\'t want to be depending on them for personal profit, but
for commenting on YouTube videos, there is no such thing as a posting
history (at least not easily accessible), so what difference does a new
account make?
you need to get >1000 subscribers and >4000hour of watchtime in 12 months to
qualify to making money on ads
 
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