YouTube on Wednesday published a lengthy explanation of his harassment and hate speech policy, after a controversy over his refusal to remove videos from a popular right host, homophobic and racist comments made aiming another video maker. “As an open platform, sometimes we can find host opinions and points of view that many, including us, offensive,” wrote Chris Dale, YouTube communications manager, in a blog post. “This could nervous routine stand-up comedy, a graphic song or a rant charging policy – and much more. Short moments of these videos spliced together paint a bleak picture. But, individually, they can not always explain over the line.” Dale continued to violate that video from YouTube harassment policies, their purpose against someone incite harassment may be necessary, threaten or humiliate someone or show personal information on someone. For the site of incitement to violate the guidelines, be a main focus of the video needs of “inciting hatred or supremacy of a protected group support”, or want to Incite Violence, he said. “To be clear, with the race, homophobic or sexist epithets alone would not necessarily violate any of these policies. For example, as is indecent or offensive language often used in songs and comedy routines,” he wrote. “And ‘when the main purpose is the video hatred or harassment. When videos violate these guidelines, we remove them,” Dale statement continued, alluding to recent criticism YouTube deal with the problem: not everyone will agree with the requests we do – some will say that we did not. just do; others will say that we went too far. And sometimes, to defend the decision to leave an offensive videos on the site as we are looking for people who used to force their platforms and the public, humiliating, marginalize or ignore others. If we were to take down any potentially offensive content, we lose precious speech – speech that people around the world to speak out, tell their stories, question those in power, and participate in cultural and critical political debates of our time allowed. Dale said that YouTube is in the coming months in order to update it, check its harassment policy. Dale blog post comes after several days of communication mostly anonymous YouTube for the situation involved Carlos Maza, a Vox reporter for the multimedia platform has produced a series of videos and Steven Crowder, a conservative commentator with nearly 4 million followers , often it used homophobic and racial slurs against Maza in his videos. Crowder derogatory statements about Maza a cut of some Crowder comment has been sent to Twitter, YouTube and called for not doing Crowder punish too much attention during the last week of Maza. YouTube first fell against Crowder to take, lead to widespread condemnation of the site and a long-standing debate about the competence of social media companies turn to regulate behavior on their platforms. The response of the dispute was mixed site, but mainly to loans that Crowder language while insulting and offensive, does not violate its policies. However, after further review of Crowder videos, YouTube has decided to devalue its channel “because a model is damaged by outrageous actions of the wider community” and violates the YouTube Partner Program Policies. In a separate phase on Wednesday, YouTube announced an update for its policy of hatred, when the company said it would ban the neo-Nazi video points with the white supremacy.