Re: What violates youtubes terms of service and what doesn't.
May 13, 2012 10:56 AM
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On Sunday, May 13, 2012 10:37:09 AM UTC-7, Loreleila wrote:
Then it should be extended to all, or certainly anyone with any longevity and credibility.
Those would be full YouTube Partners.
So you think we should all just post videos of cute kitties and people falling over and never have serious adult discussions or presentations?
That's not what I suggested. Serious and challenging topics can be presented in a way that is suitable for 13 year olds.
I'm clearly suggesting here that what we're 'supposed' to do should be adjusted for the benefit of both Google staff and all users, and also in fact those 13 - 18 year olds who would then not have to stumble across things they would be better not seeing.
YouTube is a 13+ site, not an "adult" site. That means you should not be uploading content that isn't suitable for 13-year-olds.
If you do upload more adult content, you run the risk that it will be removed and your channel will receive a strike.