The new Google Video Platform Terms of Service will take effect on December 10. Last week, YouTube began sending a binding document to the author’s email addresses.
However, this thesis is a potentially controversial issue… The “Suspension and Termination of Account” section of the full version states: “YouTube may terminate your access, or your Google Account, to access all or part of the Service if YouTube believes, in its sole discretion, that the provision of the Service to you is no longer commercially viable.”
People’s interpretation of these general purposeful phrases can be assumed – if the competent person estimates that there is no particular financial value from advertising with a particular author, he will be left without an account.
What is the justification for this action will be heard if the company responds to this issue. Perhaps in the middle is another channel fragmentation, where smaller ones will be harvested, the Computer World reports.
Otherwise, YouTube tightened its monetize criteria at the beginning of last year, for which the account had to have a thousand subscribers, four thousand hours viewed over a year.