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  • The new news anchor at our first story comes from YouTube.

  • YouTube is cancel.

  • That's right.

  • YouTube.

  • It's fine.

  • $170 million for collecting Children's personal data.

  • Big Oops.

  • See very large Group C by YouTube.

  • The FTC find Gogel 136 million.

  • They are forced to pay an additional 34 million to the state of New York.

  • Why, I don't know, because they collect their Children's personal data.

  • There's actually an old story that happened back in September, but now it looks like it's affecting everyone, every single person on the platform.

  • It's pretty nuts.

  • I didn't think it was a big deal at first, but the more I look into it, the more I realize this is actually a huge deal.

  • You two beds previously Sad night.

  • It's for 13 years and older.

  • If you sign up for YouTube, you can't do it unless you're over 13.

  • I don't know exactly how it works, but they have the kids at for people younger than 13 because it's illegal to collect personal data on kids.

  • That's how you to get their advertising revenue.

  • That's how I make my money because you get targeted ads based on personal data, which are obviously much more worth than I don't know.

  • Normal ants.

  • I guess that's good.

  • Asshole.

  • Businessman.

  • If you didn't know that, well, I don't know what to tell you.

  • So what?

  • The government of USA?

  • Even though it's American base, it still applies worldwide because obviously, YouTube is located in America.

  • America has his government run facility called the F.

  • T.

  • C.

  • I don't know if this is correct, but they have this.

  • I don't know what to call it, an act called Copper, which is Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.

  • And it's to protect kids online, Which makes sense.

  • You know, I don't think collecting kids data is good.

  • I don't want that.

  • No one is arguing for that.

  • And I think it's really confusing to me because obviously YouTube has the kids that So what's the issue?

  • I assume what happened was that you two created kids up and said, Okay, well, this is where all the kids goes for, Then FTC comes back and be like, actually, you know what kids are still watching YouTube on YouTube.

  • This is not enough, and that's why they got the fine.

  • But then again, why is it YouTube's fault that your kid is going online?

  • Decision.

  • American take on things.

  • It's never the parents fall.

  • It's always someone else's fault.

  • So now what every YouTube creator has to do is they have to make a choice.

  • When the upload a video saying, Was this video made specifically for kids or was it not made specifically for kids?

  • And you, too, populated this video to instructive?

  • You create content for YouTube?

  • This video is very important to watch as it describes changes to the upload process, all of your existing videos and potentially your monetization.

  • So what you have to do knives?

  • Do you have to go into your advanced settings?

  • And you can say no.

  • My videos isn't made for kids epic.

  • Okay, find that solves the problem right now.

  • YouTube nose.

  • In addition to this setting, we'll use machine learning systems to help us find content that is clearly made for kids.

  • That school machine learning has always worked really well on YouTube.

  • Is this like the opposite G Apocalypse before you kidding.

  • Make edgy content.

  • Now you're not allowed to make family friendly content.

  • It's so confusing.

  • Well, regardless, you know, it seemed like the liability was on YouTube.

  • YouTube was getting fine.

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  • Mmm mmm.

  • Federal Trade Commission made a statement, and it's pretty sure biology that I think of is the expression about shooting fish in a barrel.

  • YouTube is the barrel and the content creators air the fish.

  • Did he just say he's gonna shoot us?

  • There will be consequences.

  • Jesus Christ, this guy's terrifying.

  • There will be consequences.

  • What did I do?

  • Oh, we have a variety of tools at our disposal toe Cole through those 23 million channels and in an expeditious way.

  • So when we talk about what that made, we are typically talking about civil penalties.

  • Not only can we sue Google and YouTube for compliance with copper, but also individual channel owners and content creators Cool.

  • So not only can these sue YouTube, they can sue people that upload content online.

  • What?

  • What?

  • What?

  • What?

  • That makes no sense.

  • Control your Children, please.

  • So I think the maximum that FCC can sue you for its 50 42,000.

  • That's when I heard at least, but that's per video basis.

  • I have 5000 videos on my channel.

  • 24 videos get deemed by FTC is targeted for kids.

  • Then I own them.

  • $1 million epic, I forgot to mention.

  • So what happens if a video gets made flag made for kids?

  • The video will not get recommended by other videos.

  • Most of the revenue will be removed from 60 to 90% of the revenue.

  • It's just cut off completely, and all the Commons will be removed from that video as well.

  • I mean, when I first heard about it, I was like, Oh, well, I never purposely made content for kids.

  • I never trying direct my content for kids.

  • But then, at the same time, YouTube now has changed their four months, so you can't swear edgy content is really not allowed.

  • So you're kind of forced Thio be family friendly, but now it seems you're getting punished for it.

  • You could possibly get a lawsuit.

  • It's so crazy.

  • And then first again, at first my initial reaction was like, Yeah, you know what I I understand?

  • If the sea there's a lot of clearly 100% clearly, in my opinion, content that is made for kids on the platform, which is very profitable and very, very lucrative.

  • I mean, you got more eggs.

  • I can't see anyone over the age of 12 watching morgues.

  • And it's always kind of weird.

  • Like, Why is that on YouTube?

  • Why is that?

  • Not on the kids?

  • That isn't that what the kids have?

  • Its four, right?

  • In case you didn't know this, the most profitable channel on YouTube is Ryan's Toy Review, which is a seven year old unboxing toys.

  • That's clearly made for capes.

  • Okay, No, Adam, that That's an obvious case, in my opinion, with the Black Ninjas, we are inside a PC.

  • Nice car.

  • He's passed out in the bag.

  • Regina, what did you do?

  • You got into a battle Royale with a bunch of huggers on.

  • They did this to him, Ho.

  • I don't see anyone over the age took tile watching this either.

  • Sorry, Chan, but I think he knows these are clearly made for kids, right?

  • And it always reading me out.

  • And even Jake Pole, you know, remember, Nerd City did a really good video on this where he showed just how Jake Paul is marketing to kids.

  • All these colored areas is him talking about plug for different merchandise and different products and touring.

  • This is old pro moves for kids and Jake Pull himself even.

  • Said what?

  • His audiences I say.

  • It's like eight years old, like, 16 years old.

  • And so that's where I Okay, ladies and gentlemen, we got him.

  • Now Here's what he changed for me because you've already starting to strike down on videos and flagging them as kit for kids only.

  • And by the way, what happens if the video gets flagged for kids only or specifically made for kids?

  • It means you get caught up from recommended.

  • You're not allowed to read the Commons anymore, and most every revenue is gonna go away.

  • Probably between 60 to 90% of your revenue is going to be gone, so it hits a pretty significant change.

  • It's hitting people that I don't think I deserve it like this channel, for example, Pixel ban.

  • His content was flagged by it.

  • He does figurines.

  • He showed figurines, old toys.

  • It doesn't strike me.

  • As for kids at all when I watched it, But I guess since his toys that makes it lion.

  • And that shows kind of where the line is drawn on.

  • He tweeted that, um hits watchman, figuring it was made for kids.

  • Hiss South Park.

  • Siri's made for kids.

  • South Park's I was Ready Wrong.

  • I'm like, Oh, so it's not for kids.

  • No way it is.

  • They specified it.

  • Four kids obviously used it was gonna do wrong, but at the same time goddamn, this really shows.

  • And it's not just him.

  • There was another figuring channel.

  • Ah, Jiang breaks, for example, who, just like Lego builds adults can enjoy this stuff I enjoy.

  • This stuff is like Maximo food is Pokemon card are boxing.

  • He's clearly not made for kids, but it wouldn't surprise me if he gets flying as well.

  • Delightful.

  • Who made the point of Why am I supposed to swear now?

  • Is that what's happening?

  • Because I'm doing, uh, Dole videos it again?

  • Sure, maybe kids watch it, But how is that hurtful?

  • That clearly not directed to kids?

  • At least that's not the vibe.

  • I got artistic preference, of course, but I prefer exaggerated or simplified characters faces to realistically sculpted one.

  • So seeing that is this, it makes it Very, very, very annoying.

  • Even cipher Dennis.

  • Well, who's done animation on my channel?

  • They are on my channel.

  • They got flat has made for kids.

  • What?

  • Because it's a cartoon?

  • Because animation think about all the animators on YouTube now.

  • Are they gonna do you like JI sides?

  • YouTube Don't make edgy content.

  • Also, YouTube don't make family friendly content.

  • Damn, it feels like a joke.

  • At this point, I think Jack is a good example to, like Think people have this idea that Jack is, um, family friendly or because he plays games or whatever, but in reality, he swears a lot.

  • He drops freakin seaward.

  • Are is FTC gonna be able to see that new ones and be like, Oh, well, he plays mind crap so adults can enjoy kidsgames.

  • It's not a kid's game.

  • Kids just like it.

  • That's not my fault.

  • Me When I re watched pretty pi videos and forgot, he used to swear like, Yeah, I stopped swearing my videos.

  • And since it's my bread and butter, if I uploaded once a month and had like, a brand deal, yeah, it wouldn't matter.

  • But I'm not gonna lose revenue just to save a buck.

  • It just seems so stupid.

  • But now is my micro video is gonna get.

  • I don't understand another thing.

  • I have figurine boxing collection.

  • I don't think it's for kids, but looking ahead how YouTube is looking at these videos, how do you respond to that?

  • It feels like I'm supposed to hit.

  • This is made for kids, even though I don't think it is.

  • And then if FTC says, Oh, by the way, you flagged this US for kids, we're going to sue you or whatever.

  • I know this is a problem.

  • Improbable thing that will happen.

  • But still it would make me legally liable if I flagged it.

  • Four kids, right?

  • Because that's admitting guilt.

  • That's admitting.

  • Oh, yeah, no, I think you're right when I don't think it's right, So I'm just forced to remove this video instead.

  • That's like the only thing I know how to deal with this.

  • I love this.

  • Treat me trying to make roadblocks, videos for fun.

  • The FTC stop right there, Criminal scum.

  • Nobody breaks the law on my watch.

  • I'm confiscating your stolen goods.

  • Now pay your fine or it's off to jail.

  • There's Ryan's to review and then there's people making content that kids maybe enjoys.

  • What the hell are they supposed to do about that?

  • It makes no sense.

  • And it's only also saw this tweet.

  • Honestly, the whole thing is backwards.

  • Access the common suggested one.

  • It's a visa should be done on a per account bases, not per video basis.

  • Yes, thank you.

  • There's so many channels on YouTube that make really good family.

  • Friend of the content.

  • Is that not a thing anymore?

  • Um, I think is one of these things where we're just gonna have to wait and see and see how FTC enforces this.

  • If you're a smaller channel, I wouldn't I guess.

  • I don't know.

  • I know one thing for is for sure.

  • What's up?

  • My 19 year olds?

  • That's right.

  • You're 19 year old now.

  • Congratulations.

  • I can't believe it.

  • They grow up so fast.

  • You can comment on this.

  • Ah, proposition and leave your feedback if you want to.

  • I love this, by the way, in their presentation as example, slang and pop culture phrases such as fun pre stuff, Whatever.

  • Cool Duh duh.

  • You know, I use ironic family friendly huh?

  • Jokes in my my my crops age like click Plop And I say all this like China Lee's world words as a joke.

  • Are they gonna be able to tell that?

  • I don't know.

  • Stop.

  • Why's you two are always like this?

  • All the waste can imagine these channels that are making, like, figurine or Lego or whatever.

  • Just like that livelihood ching junk being bombed.

  • You know what I mean?

  • Not a thing.

  • Next news.

  • Oh, my God.

  • If I go on Twitter, this is what I see Thes enemy avatar Kids are just absolutely, relentlessly calling me a trans fobo on Twitter.