YouTube Changes Could Cost You Thousands

In September 2019, YouTube lost a major lawsuit with the FTC.

How major?

Like $170 MILLION YouTube and Google had to pay in fines major.

Besides that massive fine, YouTube was also required to change its policies about information targeting kids under 13 years of age.

Their mess has become every YouTube creators problem.

In this video, I go over the changes you need to know about and show you what you need to do to protect your channel.

Please don’t take this lightly.

Starting in January 2020, the FTC can fine any channel violating the new rules up to $42,000 per video.

That’s right, $42,000 per video.

Unless you’ve got that kinda of cash lying around, watch this video and be prepared.

Here is more information you may want to check out too.

What is COPPA?

How to know if my content is made for kids?

The FTC lawsuit against YouTube and Google.

The settlement.

YouTube is leaving it up every creator – you and me – to determine how the FTC views our videos.

Hope this helps.

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Published by Kevin Kolbe

Kevin Kolbe is a video marketing specialist and owner of Kevin Kolbe Media. He helps people make an impact in the world with online video.