YouTube will now block user accounts that cannot be earned

The YouTube video service has updated the terms of its user agreement, and one of the clauses has caused special


What changed

The new rule states that developers will be able to partially or completely block a user's account if it does not make commercial sense.

"YouTube may terminate your access orthrough your Google account to all or part of the service if it determines that it no longer makes commercial sense to provide the service to you,” the agreement states.

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It turns out that YouTube will block those accounts from which it cannot make money. But what exactly the criteria will be is unknown.

Users assume that YouTube will close the accounts of bloggers who have not enabled monetization, users who use ad blockers, or inactive pages.

YouTube representatives have not yet commented or explained the new rules.

Changes to the user agreement come into force on December 10.

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