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    Post YouTube is gonna lose many content creators

    By 1.1.2020 a FTC COPPA legislative makes it nearly impossible to have content creators judge whether their videos falls under "kids" or "adults" viewing public, risking having them to pay a fine in excess of $42,000 and thereby forcing them to leave in droves.

    Rich West gave two very informative video links that cover the issue in depth:



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    I lost my "ExomatrixTV" (EX0MATRlXTV) youtube channel with 20K subs couple months ago with many powerful new educational Stop5G videos (that was my 3rd "backup channel") before that I lost 3,5K subs (original in 2007) 9,5K subs (lost in 2009) & 27K subs (lost in 2010) all videos combined are over 1500 all gone ... I made over 100 own unique productions by the way.

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    Fantastic info. T
    Thank you for posting this.

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    Default Re: YouTube is gonna lose many content creators

    Isn't any other video-sharing platform also at the mercy of FTC / COPPA? So, how about BitChute, DTube, Metacafe and Freedom Tube? Are they next?
    Which way will it go for regular websites?
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    Default Re: YouTube is gonna lose many content creators

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    Isn't any other video-sharing platform also at the mercy of FTC / COPPA? So, how about BitChute, DTube, Metacafe and Freedom Tube? Are they next?
    Which way will it go for regular websites?
    I suppose there's only one uncensored streaming site left where you can say whatever you want. And that's Pornhub. My guess is, there's going to be new platform soon which is someway based on bittorrent (people download/upload the videos at the same time they're watching them). That way it's harder to censor any of the content.

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    Default Re: YouTube is gonna lose many content creators

    It is great to see competition to Youtube.

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    Default Re: YouTube is gonna lose many content creators

    Moderator note from Cara:

    It may be that some creators are posting their videos on other platforms.

    If those videos are on Bitchute, Dailymotion or another internet server (and you have the direct URL to the file), we now have embed codes that can be used to embed them from those locations.

    See this post here for details on these embed codes:
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