I understand. I feel the same way. I have principles, so I have a disclaimer on my website NewsandPrayer.com that states the following …
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So I understand Google’s Youtube business having their own principles. We are entitled to be selective and thank God for that right. I just don’t get “Not suitable for most advertisers” when I hold myself accountable to NOT infringe upon copyrights of others and consider the content that I produce to not be offensive as to their Terms of Service. BUT I am not an attorney and do not understand all the language in their terms of service statements. It would be nice if they would explain things in plain language for dummies like me!
I confess, I need to continue to study and learn and commit myself to doing that! I also confess I do NOT rely on Youtube for my income, nor are we a non profit organization so our income is not tax deductible. And for the entire 24 years I have been “do what you love and the money will follow” has not worked for me LOL so I will continue to rely on my God to provide every need and I will continue to hold to my principles of doing what I love and seeking truth and sharing the truth that I believe in and know in terms of the bible, news, and news and prayer! God bless YOU!