Parents called YouTube via video to children with inappropriate content, which included a note on how to commit suicide, known as the "stranger challenge ".
In particular, the "stranger challenge", YouTube confirmed that it did not see any evidence of existence on the platform, but less than a year ago, thishoax asked parents to question again the video content consumed by their children.
YouTube is the worst.
Your child is fascinated by Nancy KafferYouTube, which makes me feel very old because I don't understand.
What I don't even understand is watching strangers turn on the attraction of toys and watch the musical performances of those fake songs
Sync pop songs, animal poop video collection, mini-reality shows featuring ordinary families with stupid names, "little shark" songs or duplicate mixes, or, most inexplicably, watch other people play video games.
But that's what millions of American children think is the main form of entertainment, and when I realize that I sound weird right now, I don't know a single parent who is very satisfied with the quality or quantity of time the child spends on YouTube.
A story about children
Videos for YouTube, including instructions for suicide
Well, most of the parents I 've interviewed think this might be the standard for YouTube classes.
If it is true, Michael Cohen's testimony confirms Trump's criminal behavior and asks your friends and family to sign --
It's huge for taltteryoutube today.
The platform has logged in nearly 2 billion
At userseach month, this is half of the internet and it doesn't include people like me who learn the treble without logging in.
A report from the Pew Research Center found that parents of 81 percent's children aged 11 or under 11 had their children registered on YouTube.
About 34% of people say their children watch YouTube videos a lot, and 61% say their children have seen videos that they think are inappropriate.
This website is largely its own.
Regulation: While YouTube has a YouTube children's website, it relies on user tagging and intelligent detection techniques to regulate the content uploaded.
In other words, after your child hears these suicide instructions, you can try to shoot the video.
This kind of thing is not-
Off: there was a story about the "Peppa Pig" torture video a few years ago.
Just last week, a colleague
The worker told me his 7-year-
The old son stumbled upon the Pop Comic "Teen Titan GO!
, "Thanks for YouTube's help with the auto-play queue of allegedly relevant videos. (
"Dad, why is the teenage titan in the hotel room?
My friend's child asked.
"Dad, why are they wearing underwear? ")And so it goes.
I don't know how many percentage of YouTube is deceptive, and what is edited is disturbing.
I certainly don't have that much.
But even at the best, YouTube is the worst.
There are a lot of worrying commercialism behind the unpacking video (
That's where people Open toys)
Even the mini reality show (
In general, they also turn on toys, or pay for promotional visits to expensive vacation destinations).
This is enough to bother parents who are reluctant to raise their children.
Most of us who raise children don't know what to do.
YouTube has almost as many monthly users as Facebook, more than Twitter.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg attended a meeting in Congress to talk about his website's role in the 2016 election.
Twitter reluctantly agreed to clear its obvious bot account.
But YouTube doesn't seem to often find answers in the stop conversation about what exactly we're doing on the internet here.
I realize that not allowing your kids to access YouTube seems like an easy way to fix this, but given the device and Wi-
This is not a treatment even in young children. all.
None of us want to keep our children from getting common technology, just like you go to school with children whose parents don't even have TV.
But we are now in an unknown field and we do not know what it does to our children.
Nancy Kaffer is a columnist and member of the Detroit Free Press editorial board, which appeared on the board for the first time.
You can follow her on Twitter: @ nancykaffer.
Others from the Guardian said: "Most of the content of children on YouTube is not frustrating or disturbing --
But mostly the brain.
Lots of kids-
The friendly video uploaded is direct.
Garbage: cheap, algorithm
Driving songs or ridiculous stories featuring 3D models or pop character toys, such as Elsa, Spider-
Man and pig Peppa.
They are purely meant to extract views from common search terms and thus get money
Do not entertain or educate children. . . .
The easiest solution for parents of young children might be to clear YouTube from everything --
Phone, TV, console, ipad, etc.
"YouTube, Twitter:" We wanted to clarify something about the stranger challenge: we haven't seen evidence of the video promoting the stranger challenge on YouTube recently.
Videos that encourage harmful and dangerous challenges violate our policies.
If you see videos on YouTube that include harmful or dangerous challenges, we encourage you to mark them up to us immediately.
These challenges are clearly contrary to our community norms.
"Drew Reeves, KXLY.
Com: "Teach your child about the dangers of social media and agree to the internet security program.
Let everyone sign.
List information that your child should never share online.
Often talk to your children about what they do online and who they communicate.
Put the computer in a public place and charge the phone in the living room at night.
It is also important for parents to keep open conversations with their children.
Make sure your kids know that they have any disturbing experiences online and they can come to you safely.
"What are the readers saying, so a group of people are posting videos for kids whose content is not sensitive?
According to YouTube, these videos of the "stranger challenge" are not online now?
A better way to make sure kids don't look at these things is to focus on what your kids are doing instead of expecting some Internet companies to be parents for you. —
Jeff BarrPeople is using this disgusting "Momo challenge" hack to attack the popular kids show on YouTube and tell kids to do all sorts of crazy things.
Parents, please pay attention to YouTube;
People in this world are very sick.
Some people think it's a scam, but I 'd rather be vigilant. —
@ Bez1074 if any of my parents and friends have kids watching YouTube Kids, you might ask if your kids have seen this "stranger challenge" video.
I'm going to talk to me about it.
There are many people in this world.
Don't bother my kids with things they like. —
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