Adele, Shaka Ponk, Arctic Monkeys... these are just some of the artists that may soon disappear from YouTube. Their producers have not agreed to the terms of YouTube's upcoming paid music streaming service. And so the web giant has quite simply threatened to blacklist them, so basically their videos will be removed if they do not comply with the new policy.
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