Video hosting YouTube has updated the terms of the user agreement: in particular, from December 10, 2019, the video service will be able to block the account’s access to the entire service or part of it if it considers that providing the user with access no longer makes commercial sense.
Thus, YouTube will be able to block “no commercial sense” user accounts. How the video service will determine such accounts is not specified.
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Why YouTube will block
The new video hosting user agreement states: “YouTube may terminate your access or access through your Google account to all or part of the service if it considers that providing you with the service further does not make commercial sense.” At the same time, it remains unclear how YouTube is going to identify such accounts. Below we provide a list of possible reasons why accounts will be blocked.
Which accounts will YouTube block:
- on which the video service will not be able to earn;
- who have not been active for a long time;
- systematic violations of the platform rules;
- using third-party video download applications;
- user accounts using ad blockers.
Other options include limiting YouTube options for those who do not have a Premium account.
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