On September 12, 2012, You Tube was blocked in Afghanistan due to hosting the trailer to the controversial film about Muhammad, Innocence of Muslims, which the authorities considered to be blasphemous.
Following the disputed February 2008 presidential elections, the Armenian government blocked Internet users' access to You Tube for a month.
After an agreement was made between the companies in November 2016, these videos became accessible.
You Tube's Terms of Service prohibit the posting of videos which violate copyrights or depict pornography, illegal acts, gratuitous violence, or hate speech.
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Idea: Radomir Mihailović Točak Design and Programming: Nenad Zdravković The idea for creating this application came from Točak, during one of my guitar lessons with him.
As this process became very tiresome because of so many links, he had an idea to automatize the whole process, by creating an application which would do that for him.
So, I found that You Tube API contains all that's needed to collect statistic for You Tube videos, and started working on this software application. As source code is open and available (see Project Space), the application can give developers an example of the way You Tube API can be used.
Due to disputes between GEMA and You Tube over royalties, many videos featuring copyrighted songs were inaccessible in Germany.
On Saturday, January 6, 2007, a legal injunction ordered that filters be put in place to prevent users in Brazil from accessing the website.
The effectiveness of the measure was questioned, since the video was available not only on You Tube, but also on other sites as part of an Internet phenomenon.
In other countries access to the website as a whole remains open, but access to specific videos is blocked.
In cases where the entire site is banned due to one particular video, You Tube will often agree to remove or limit access to that video in order to restore service.