BBC investigates deleted YouTube videos

Mica Ellaine De Leon
Mica Ellaine De Leon May 10, 2018
Updated 2022/04/14 at 11:00 AM

The BBC has started an investigation about the case of more than 250 video channels on YouTube that have been deleted.

The topic of the deleted videos on YouTube was about teaching the student viewers the easy way to pass their classes. The deleted videos had content, showing the guidelines for plagiarism that can be used on a paper and research works of the students.

Otherwise, the following investigations of BBC, YouTube notified influencers to say that they didn’t follow the YouTube policies. Furthermore, the BBC noted the topic discussed isn’t illegal, though the makers can paid their advertisement to their channel, but they can only make the promotion if they follow the policies.

In the previous decade, the whole industry adapts the inapplicable papers for the students, including the grade, college and graduate students to acquire the passing grades.

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