What does news stand for fined YouTube to harm children? Google’s YouTube agreed on Wednesday to pay a $170 million fine and limit ads on kids’ videos to settle claims that the company violated children’s privacy laws.
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YouTube fined $170 million to harm children
The world’s largest video-sharing site agreed to pay the fine which is a record for a children’s privacy case;
- $136 million to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and
- $34 million New York State
Because of doing not get parental consent in order to collect data on kids under the age of 13, the FTC said.
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The US authorities have fined YouTube, owned by Google, $170 million for violating children’s privacy.
The US Federal Trade Commission said that:
Google, owned by Alphabet and its YouTube service, would pay $170 million to settle a case in which prosecutors claimed the company violated federal law by collecting personal data about children.
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So, YouTube has faced charges of tracking viewers’ children’s channels using cookies to broadcast millions of dollars of targeted ads to those viewers.
A settlement banning the collection of information on children
The settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and the New York Attorney’s Office, which will receive $34 million. It is the largest since a law banning the collection of information on children under the age of 13 came into force in 1998. The law amended in 2013 to include cookies used to track user habits. In web browsing.
Eventually, Alphabet, which generates about 85 percent of its revenue through advertising space and advertising technologies, announced in July that total second-quarter revenue was $38.9 billion.