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After #MarchforOurLives , Khane, has ordered gun videos indefinitely banned

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With last weeks’ re-launch of our video sharing platform,  many, were excited at the idea of being able to share their videos once again.   Just days ago,  our  assistant editors made the  announcement that gun videos (to an extent) would be allowed on the pages of our  centralized video home page.

However, after  the March for Our Lives protests in New York City  Saturday,  such is no longer the case.  Khane has reversed the announcement ordering an indefinite ban on gun videos and any link to a website that promotes them.    Such links and videos are indefinitely banned  on our servers, and, users who  attempt to upload them  risk having their entire IP address and identifying information   indefinitely recorded and  barred from ever visiting these websites again.

The strict policy comes after  Khane witnessed the protests himself.   And, in memory of a dear friend Ava Le’Ray Barrin,   the decision to   block gun related content comes at a time in which gun violence has gone on long enough.


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By Sinclaire Bergdorf

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