- There is a safety mode to help screen inappropriate content you would not want your children to come across. This safety mode can be found and turned on at the bottom of any YouTube page.
- When videos are uploaded on Youtube, they become open to the public by default. If users would like the videos to be private, they must select the privacy setting which can only be seen by the person who uploaded them. Unlisted videos are only viewable to people who have the link. All privacy settings can be altered before or after the video upload.
- Youtube offers parent resources that cover online harassment which can help parents manage what their children are watching.
Youtube is a video sharing website where users can upload and view video content. The age requirement to have a Youtube account is 13. The Family Online Safety Institute offers important advice to parents about Youtube found on their Good Digital Parenting column.
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