YouTube Clears Air On Deleting Channels That Aren’t Commercially Viable

Just because of some misinterpretation, content video content creators who use YouTube as a platform for their stuff to reach out to targeted audience have been in panic after YouTube recently released new terms and conditions and one of them was perceived as if YouTube channels which don’t make money are going to be deleted.

YouTube may terminate your access, or your Google account’s access to all or part of the Service if YouTube reasonably believes that its provision of the Service to you is no longer commercially viable” Read one of the new terms of service

The panic about the misinterpretation of the new term has not been felt by those that own channels on world’s biggest video site, but also the users who spend their data searching and watching videos of their interest

YouTube couldn’t let their clients remain confused but came out to clear the air making it clear that it is not about terminating channels but to rather discontinue some certain features because they are outdated

To clarify, the “commercially viable” section is not about terminating an account bc it’s not making money. It’s about discontinuing certain features or parts of the service bc they are outdated or have low usage. This does not impact creators or viewers in new ways.” Read a statement from YouTube

What had caused the panic is now done with and  YouTubers can keep on doing uploading their content as long it’s not breaching the rules which could lead to a termination.



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