Google is chasing YouTube channels that publish news videos… a new rule from January…

Google is chasing YouTube channels that publish news videos... a new rule from January...
YouTube has changed its terms. Accordingly, YouTube channels that upload news will no longer have to disclose their details to the federal government.

YouTube is the most used social networking site in India. Despite the recent increase in Instagram usage, YouTube still holds the lead. YouTube changes its Terms of Service from time to time. YouTube announced a change to its Terms of Service on January 5, 2022.

Under the new rules, YouTube accounts that post videos about news or current events will not have to share their account profile with the federal Ministry of Information and Technology. Failure to do so may result in the loss of access to their account or the termination of their account in whole or in part.

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YouTube has informed its customers about this new change to its Terms of Service. He said, “We will make a new change to our Terms of Service on January 5, 2022. As per Section 5 of the Interim Guidelines and Protocols Act of the Information Technology Rules of India 2021, companies publishing information about news or events in real time are required to submit their account details to the Federal Ministry of Information. and technology.

Be sure to read these updates and note that youtube’s terms and conditions of use and Google’s privacy policy apply. Violation of these agreements may result in a warning, further loss of access to accounts, or termination of all or part of their accounts.”

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