I have posted a question asking to classify (give a name) for the Youtube banning policy. The moderators have claimed that I have a purpose different from my question and closed the question. So, it seems that I cannot ask questions since you can assume by intentions whenever you like (those losers who address banning policies are always trolls, right?). Thanks for giving me a lesson on morality and logic.
Your question is asking basically this:
Is what YouTube doing considered hellbanning?
You are asking if an organisation is doing something according to a certain definition, asking us to define, clarify or refute it.
But that is not part of the question scope allowed for the site.
Questions on this site should be about the usage of a web app, not its policies or how they go about enforcing them, or how they are or are not doing something.
As it is, your question is either:
- off topic - Can only be answered by YouTube/Google on what they think they are doing
- primarily opinion based - users may interpret whether or not hellbanning is actually taking place given any number of scenarios
I don't think anyone was passing judgement on you, personally, when your question was closed. The question is not a good fit for the site because, short of having YouTube issue a statement on the matter, there is no way to answer it.
Any answers which would attempt to address the question would likely end up devolving into a back-and-forth discussion involving what we speculate the policy is (and whether that is fair, etc.), which does not fit well into the "question and answer" framework for the site.