This category has been a pain point for YouTube channels that produce news shows or cover topical events on a regular basis—even if the videos aren't exploitative, YouTube may see them as too controversial for advertisers, making it much harder for those channels to make money. The assumption is that the company will try to allow monetization on some videos like this, but it would likely take peer review of each video (or another tailored process) to determine which videos are so controversial that advertisers might be scared off. Currently, YouTube hasn't provided details on how it plans to sift through news content like this—if it plans to do so at all.
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The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in Kendrick v. American Amusement Machine Association , 244 572 (7th Cir. 2001) that a city ordinance that prohibited minors from playing violent or sexually explicit video arcade games was unconstitutional. The court noted that the city had not sought to regulate video games because they were "offensive" under Miller . Rather, the ordinance premised its restriction on the belief that violent fantasy video games led to real-world harm. The appeals court found no real difference between the content of the allegedly "violent" video games and generally available, unrestricted literature that depicted the same level of violence. They were both examples of "a children's world of violent adventures." The court, therefore, found that the ordinance impermissibly restricted minors' freedom of expression without any offsetting justification.
A hybrid hard disk drive is an electromechanical spinning hard disk that contains some amount of NAND Flash memory.
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