You Tube and weapons

My good friend and longtime hunting partner WAYNE PEARSON told me not long ago that he had designed a great rifle and was being built by a reputable company in Georgia. We decided to chat with a social media expert about the best way to put this rifle on multiple social media platforms. The expert said things have gotten significantly tougher and social media platforms resent the idea of ​​putting weapons content on their platforms. And now I hear from a newspaper clipping that Safari Club International has taken a stand against the censorship of hunting through technology.

Unfortunately, censorship of hunting-related content on social media is rampant and Safari Club International thinks it is time for hunters to stand up to this Big Tech censorship!

Big Tech’s latest censorship attempt comes on YouTube, the world’s largest video content media mogul, which has added new guidelines to its “Ad-friendly Content Guidelines.” New restrictions on any image / video showing an animal in distress caused by human action will censor content on a hunt channel and limit views.

This move will demonetize hunters because removing views will take away any chance of generating ad revenue, the only way to make money with YouTube. In addition, these new guidelines will limit the videos used to educate new hunters on safety and conservation issues.

But SCI is fighting Big Tech censorship on behalf of hunters across the country. If you haven’t already, now is the time to register for SCI’s “Petition to Stand Up to Big Tech” at The voices of the hunters must be heard!


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