Somebody mentioned earlier that the only people who should be demonetized are the people YouTube is paying to work there. The video service literally changed its opinion overnight on whether Steven Crowder was violating community guidelines or not, and as Twitchy reported, YouTube was applauded by the SPLC Wednesday for taking steps to keep the site from becoming “a global organizing tool for the radical right.”

That’s because YouTube had announced it had taken down thousands of videos. In the process, history teacher Scott Allsop, head of humanities at an international school in Romania, was branded a purveyor of hate speech.

If YouTube does something right today, we promise to write a post about it.

He’s very thick-skinned, you know.


Related: