YOUTUBE'S NEXT BIG CHANGE COULD PENALIZE ANYONE WHO CREATES FOR KIDS

YouTube just changed a major rule for anyone who uploads videos, ostensibly to protect kids — but now content creators are confused as to how to follow it. Starting Next year, all YouTube content creators will have to tick a box when they upload a video, indicating whether or not said video is "kid-directed." Creators will also have to categorize each of their previously uploaded videos and even their entire channels the same way. Content for k...

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