YouTubers in the Netherlands are worried by stricter rules regarding videos aimed at children, according to a tour of the NOS . New rules will apply in January, which will curb videos aimed at children.
Comments are posted on YouTube videos aimed at children. Videos may also be difficult to find. As a result, the YouTubers may also miss out on income, a spokesperson for parent company Google acknowledges at the NOS .
In the United States, YouTube was fined $ 170 million (about $ 154 million) in September for violating US law on children's privacy. The company makes the aforementioned adjustments as part of the settlement.
That means that YouTube channel owners have to report if their videos are aimed at children. If they do, the video response option is disabled and personalized ads are no longer possible.