YouTube Violations Of Child Privacy Law Will Cost Up To $200 Million

Google will allegedly pay between $150 and $200 million to end the FTC investigation into whether YouTube violated a children’s privacy law, Politico reported this afternoon. The FTC reportedly voted along party lines (3-2) to approve the settlement, which will now be reviewed by the Justice Department. It’s shaken up people in YouTube form Content creators, to YouTube channel management firms.

Update: YouTube Pays $170M After Breaking Children’s Privacy Law

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