Based on what I read concerning YouTube, you can tell YouTube if your videos are for kids and they can also decide whether or not they think your videos are for kids, even if you say your videos are not for kids. It seems that YouTube is also saying that they can decide to terminate your account if they want if you're not helping them make money or possibly even without explanation needed. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) started, according to Wikipedia, in 1998. So, I've been watching videos about it. Some say that the FCC or whoever is putting legal pressure on Google. Some have said that the FCC is talking about fining Google for certain videos, perhaps. I would hope that Google would not be able to find a way to pass the fines to the video uploaders. Therefore, Google may instead simply delete videos and may also terminate accounts because of that. Now, technically, Google is supposed to have liability protection under the Safe Harbor Act. Therefore, I don't understand what is going on. So, I guess, if Google remains protected, legally, then they may in fact force YouTubers to pay the fines, like thousands of dollars per video. Some of this might be worse case scenario kind of thing. But then again, who knows. Don't take my word for it, as that black guy from the Reading Rainbow would always say, just go research it yourself and ask around.