May 25, 2022
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YouTube updates its terms of services to play ads on videos by young creators without providing any portion of the revenue

YouTube updates its terms of services to play ads on videos by young creators without providing any portion of the revenue

The new YouTube Terms of Service mean that you can place ads on channels that are not part of the YouTube Partner Program. Google’s video streaming platform has introduced new changes with the updated terms and conditions. This is initially implemented in the United States but will be rolled out in all regions by the end of next year. According to the new terms, YouTube will not pay creators a portion of their revenue to run ads if they are not participating in the YouTube Partner Program.

As indicated in the forum post, YouTube has added a new section to its terms of service: Monetization Rights confirms that it will begin advertising on videos from channels that are not part of the YouTube Partner Program. are doing.

What are in the new Terms of Services

1) Clarification of data that cannot be collected-

Previous language:

The following restrictions apply to your use of the service. The following are not allowed:

Collect or collect potentially personally identifiable information (such as usernames) unless permitted or permitted.

New language:

The following restrictions apply to your use of the service. The following are not allowed:

Collect or collect potentially personally identifiable information (such as your username and face), except as permitted or permitted.

Changes: Added “or face” to the Terms of Service to clarify what cannot be aggregated.
Meaning: Add this to our Terms of Service to clarify the types of data that users cannot collect from YouTube. YouTube does not allow the collection of personally identifiable information (including data that can be used to recognize faces) in previous versions of the Terms of Service, but in particular, it makes the wording about-face data clearer. I want it. We take user privacy very seriously and want you to be confident that your data will never be misused.

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2) Add a new section to the Terms of Service: Right to Generate Income

You give YouTube the right to monetize your content on the Services (this revenue may include displaying advertisements on or within the content or billing access to users). This Agreement does not give you the right to pay. After November 18, 2020, payments eligible to receive from YouTube under any other agreement between you and YouTube (including, for example, payments based on the YouTube Partner Program, Channel Membership, or Super Chat) are: It is treated like. yield. Google will withhold taxes from these payments if required by law.

Changes: We’ve added a new section to our Terms of Service called “Rights to Monetize” that includes two updates.

What does this mean: For channels that have not yet joined the YouTube Partner Program:
We’re adding this new section to announce that starting today, we’ll be gradually rolling out ads to a limited number of videos from partner program channels other than YouTube. This means that you are a Non-YouTube partner program creator, as some videos may show ads. You will not receive any portion of your revenue from these ads as you are not currently enrolled in the YouTube Partner Program, but if you meet the eligibility requirements you can still apply for participation in the YouTube Partner Program. Monetize with YouTube Studio.

To Monetize US Creators:

We have also updated our Terms of Service, and as of November 18, 2020, YouTube payments to US creators are now considered “Revenue” with respect to US taxation. Some creators need to provide tax information in AdSense and may be subject to US withholding tax. This was required by law. US content creators are generally unaffected by these withholding taxes as long as they provide valid documentation. If you have further questions, we encourage you to seek professional tax advice.

YouTube creators aren’t happy with this new move. Websites are very beneficial because they do not provide some revenue from the ads shown on small channels.

YouTube does not provide details on the number of creators affected by the new rules. However, she said in a forum post that the changes were initially made in a “limited number of videos” and were limited to US creators. Your ads will also appear in videos that do not contain “inappropriate” words, violence, or adult content, in accordance with YouTube guidelines suitable for ads.

 

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