Parents of YouTube child stars say proposed safety protections could cost them money

Changes that YouTube is considering to protect children aren’t going over too well with some parents whose kids star in the site’s videos.

YouTube is considering moving all content that stars children to YouTube Kids, an app that Google GOOGL, -0.51%GOOG, -0.56% which owns YouTube — created in 2015. The possible move is partly a response to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigation into Google over concerns that YouTube exposed kids under the age of 13 to inappropriate videos and illegally collected data from them, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Parents of child stars consider leaving YouTube

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