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Several other groups have signed on, including Common Sense Media, which runs a popular website for families, and the advocacy division of Consumer Reports. None of those platforms are as popular for kids as YouTube, which has toddler-themed channels with names like ChuChuTV nursery rhymes, which as of last week counted more than 16 million subscribers and It also has more personality-driven programs that cater to preteens. YouTube has been subject to various controversies since its creation in However, parents, regulators, advertisers and law enforcement have become increasingly concerned about the open nature of the service.

They have contended that Google must do more to banish and restrict access to inappropriate videos, whether it be propaganda from religious extremists and Russia or comedy skits that appear to show children being forcibly drowned. Child exploitation and inappropriate content By the end of last year YouTube said it had removed more than 50 user channels and has stopped running ads on more than 3.

Mrs June only realised the violent nature of the video as her three-year-old daughter watched it beside her. By the end of last year YouTube said it had removed more than 50 user channels and has stopped running ads on more than 3. YouTube has been getting more stringent about deleting videos.

Adverts being shown next to inappropriate videos There has been widespread criticism that adverts are being shown on some clips depicting child exploitation. YouTube has now tightened its rules on who qualifies for posting money-making ads. Previously, channels with 10, total views qualified for the YouTube Partner Program which allows creators to collect some income from the adverts placed before their videos. An investigation found the video sharing site was showing clips of scantily clad children alongside the ads of major brands.

One video of a pre-teenage girl in a nightie drew 6. As a result, volunteer moderators have revealed there could be as many as , predatory accounts leaving inappropriate comments on videos.

Users use an online form to report accounts they find inappropriate. Part of this process involves sending links to the specific videos or comments they are referring to.

According to the BBC, some include the phone numbers of adults, or requests for videos to satisfy sexual fetishes. The children in the videos appeared to be younger than 13, the minimum age for registering an account on YouTube.

She said the FTC could send Google a civil subpoena seeking more information, and also use other techniques to find out how the service is tracking its users. Advocates say Google knows what it is doing. Google is trying to look the other way.

YouTube is being accused of violating laws designed to protect childrenís privacy online. A complaint to the Federal Trade Commission is set to be filed today by a coalition of nearly two-dozen. Hardcore porn and online dating are what teens really get up to on laptops Hard-core porn, violent YouTube videos and online dating: Devastating new book reveals terrifying truth about what teens.

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