Foreign websites and online services must comply with COPPA when addressed to children in the United States or when they knowingly collect personal data of children in the United States. The definition of the “operators” law includes foreign online sites and services that are active in commerce in the United States or in their territories. As a similar issue, U.S.-based websites and services that collect information from foreign children are also THE LA COPPA OBJET. See COPPA FAQS B.7. www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/complying-coppa-frequently-asked-questions COPPA applies to YouTube content in the same way as a website or app. Approval of the FTC complaint now requires that all YouTube content be aimed at children or not. If children under the age of 13 are children under the age of 13, you are covered by COPPA and you must follow the rules and requirements. The FTC filed a complaint against YouTube, accusing the company of illegally collecting children`s personal data in violation of COPPA. In September, the FTC and the New York Attorney General announced an agreement.
As part of the agreement, YouTube will create a mechanism for channel owners to determine when the videos will be addressed to children. This requirement ensures that YouTube and channel owners comply with the law. -No Coppa This would require either massive changes in the law or Youtube to move to another country. -No Ads ads are one of the main sources of revenue for Youtube, which is impossible -doesn`t need the Internet It`s just magic now that it`s literally impossible. I`m a balloon artist, and I looked to learn a new ability. How can I turn it off so I can be informed? Starting January 1, YouTube began treating children`s content differently from anything uploaded to the world`s largest video page. In a complaint against the companies, the FTC and the New York Attorney General accuse youTube of violating the COPPA rule by collecting personal information – in the form of persistent identifiers used to track users on the Internet – from viewers of children-controlled channels, without notifying parents and obtaining their consent. YouTube has earned millions of dollars by using identifiers, commonly known as cookies, to provide targeted ads to viewers of those channels, according to the complaint. Some YouTubers make gloomy predictions about the impact of the platform`s new COPPA rules.
“If he doesn`t get more attention, you can expect the end of games, animation and cartoon videos on YouTube,” tweeted Alex Carducci aka RelaxAlax, who makes game videos on his YouTube channel. “Basically, Thanos catches YouTube, that`s what`s happening.” FTC Staff responded on Jan 13, 2020 11:57AM Permalink 2. We support platforms, adults who primarily view child-focused content as adults, with measures that confirm that the user is an adult. Correction, November 13 at 8:13 PM ET: Creators will not be able to challenge YouTube`s decisions as to whether their videos are aimed at children, in accordance with the new directive. In addition, the new system will be launched in 2020.