Wired reports that YouTube recently removed a bit of public code that flagged whether a channel was monetizing through ad revenue. The change happened a few weeks ago, according to developers tracking it:
[Developers] say the code on YouTube channels disappeared as early as November 17—the day after WIRED asked YouTube about the flag when fact-checking a story about YouTube excluding creators in the Palestinian territories from its revenue-sharing arrangement.
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