T.J. Stewart wrote:Viewed, thumbs upped, and commented.
r ranson wrote:Do I click "Is this video made for kids? (required)" yes or no?
(there is no naked stuff in the video)
For starters, that means YouTube videos designated for kids will not be able to include targeted advertising. In addition, a whole slew of other features that depend on user data will be disabled, including: comments, channel branding watermarks; the “donate” button; cards and end screens; live chat and live chat donations; notifications; and “save to playlist” or “watch later” features.
The Rule sets out additional factors the FTC will consider in determining whether your content is child-directed:
the subject matter,
the use of animated characters or child-oriented activities and incentives,
the kind of music or other audio content,
the age of models,
the presence of child celebrities or celebrities who appeal to children,
language or other characteristics of the site,
whether advertising that promotes or appears on the site is directed to children, and
competent and reliable empirical evidence about the age of the audience.
Pinecroft Farm wrote:Do you have a series that shows how you got the locks to this point (sheared, washed and dyed)? Thanks!