Is YouTube going to have to regulate people saying to put things by their eyes that don't belong (cosmetics/beauty)?
So I saw someone using hair gel on their eyebrows, also using loose powder under the eyes when I have this powder and it isn't safe for near eyes. Also, videos of people Nairing their brows. It gets obvious someonenwill get hurt, why doesn't someone regulate it?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
Youtube has removed videos showing dangerous content. A lot of 'cooking hack' videos were removed. There were videos of people making popcorn in an empty coke can over an open flame and people died trying it so they started cracking down. Using hair gel on your eyebrows or foundation under your eyes isn't going to kill you... at that point you could argue eating food is dangerous because someone could choke lmao.
- ∅Lv 72 months ago
it is not illegal to be stupid, or to not read instructions.
but if they get hurt, they can't sue the company, because it clearly states not to do that on the packaging.
if you do something stupid because you saw somebody on youtube do it, YOU are stupid, and should be banned from the internet...