If you've noticed your YouTube feed looking a little strange recently, with an unusual amount of content designed for kids, you're not alone. A recent algorithm update appears to have skewed video recommendations so that even adults are being offered a list of cartoons and nursery rhymes. The problem, which has been widely reported on Reddit , appears to be the result of an algorithm change, which Bloomberg reports was intended to push quality children's content to the fore. Despite the minimum age for registering a YouTube account being 13, the service is hugely popular with young children.
YouTube to remove ‘misleading family content’ to protect children from adult videos
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Kids will need to have a parent with them or wait until they're older to become a YouTuber. YouTube is changing its policies for livestreams as part of its efforts to protect minors from being exploited and preyed upon on the massive video site. The video platform said it's restricting "younger minors" from livestreaming unless they're accompanied by an adult, according to a blog post Monday. YouTube considers this group to be children under the age of 13, who the site says need an adult to create their account. Channels violating the policy will lose access to livestreaming, and YouTube said it'll use machine learning to automatically remove this type of content.
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