An "It Gets Better" video made by LGBT employees at Apple has returned to YouTube after it was mysteriously pulled for violating the website's "policy on depiction of harmful activities."
The video, originally posted Thursday, features employees' personal stories on growing up gay and coming out -- content that hardly rises to the level of "harmful activities."
The Mac Observerreported early Saturday morning that the video had been pulled. "It's not yet clear how the stories told in the video violate YouTube's policies," Mac Observer's Bryan Chaffin wrote.
"YouTube's community guideline tips offer some very general suggestions on the kinds of videos that might be rejected, including categories labeled 'Sex and Nudity,' 'Hate Speech,' Shocking and Disgusting,' 'Dangerous Illegal Acts,' 'Children,' 'Copyright,' 'Privacy,' 'Harassment,' 'Impersonation,' and 'Threats,'" Chaffin explained.
As of Saturday afternoon, the video has been reposted on the "AppleEmployees" YouTube page, however.