A woman who makes a living doing what women are supposed to be doing on the Internet has been accused of violating YouTube’s terms of service.
The video, posted in March, showed a woman explaining why she wanted to make a living off YouTube.
The woman was wearing a hijab, or headscarf, and she spoke about the dangers of being bullied on the site, which is popular among young people.
“You’re not supposed to have a negative opinion of any group of people,” the woman said in the video.
“I’m not going to sit here and tell you that you have to be the bad person.”
The video has since gone viral, garnering over 1.3 million views and being viewed by millions.
In a statement released on Monday, YouTube said that the video was removed because it violated its terms of services.
“The content we removed from YouTube is not endorsed by us and does not reflect our standards,” the statement said.
“We take these types of actions when we receive reports that content violates our community standards.
YouTube is committed to fostering a safe and respectful community for all users.”
The woman’s lawyer, Robert Epp, told the Associated Press that his client was not wearing a scarf at the time of the incident and was in fact wearing a business suit.
Epp said that he had never heard of the term hijab before.
“It’s the definition of a woman who is wearing a head scarf.
That’s a very specific term,” he said.
The woman has also been accused by the US Government of breaching an anti-discrimination law by allegedly engaging in discriminatory conduct toward women.
In her statement, the woman explained that she was not allowed to use the YouTube site for the purpose of creating content for YouTube but was allowed to share content with other people.