If you visited YouTube these days, you should see a notification that the Terms of Service will change on December 10th . The new terms do not change how YouTube uses your information or how content is used. It only makes a few of its policies more understandable.
Clicking on the notification will lead you to this page. The site to which you are redirected has links to ‘ Policy, Security and Copyright Policies ‘ and ‘ Advertising Policies on YouTube ‘. According to the company’s statement, these conditions form the basis of the Community Rules . This is why the Terms are clearly emphasized.
YouTube’s new policies now show the age limit in the linked country. You can click this link to find out the age limit for each country. Also, if you’re not considered a minor, YouTube has added a warning that you should always use the Service with parental or guardian permission.
However, YouTube also removes the right to use your comments indefinitely with the new terms. In addition, the company clearly states in which situations your content may need to be removed.
If you are an active user of YouTube or a content producer, you should read the new terms and conditions. YouTube also says you should read the new Terms completely. YouTube’s Terms of Service, will migrate into new activities can be found in this connection on December 10.