Bitcoin news site Bitcoin Magazine had its YouTube account "incorrectly" suspended for the second time, again for no apparent reason, and with no warning.
According to a tweet from the magazine: "YouTube has suspended our account with no warning again. This time in the middle of the [Bitcoin Conference] at midnight.
Bitcoin Magazine's YouTube channel was previously shut down for around three hours in January, after the site's algorithm flagged their use of the word "Kazakhstan," reports the Coin Telegraph.
The channel's deletion garnered attention from former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who tweeted: "what was the reason behind this?"
YouTube responded, saying that the channel was "incorrectly terminated" and will be "reinstated."
"So sorry this happened!!" said TeamYouTube. "Our support team will follow up via email with more information."
The ban took place during the middle of a livestream that was focused on Bitcoin mining, and internet blackouts that were taking place in the central-Asian country of Kazakhstan at the time. Those protests were due to surging fuel prices.