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The Parent of a Five-Year-Old is Suing YouTube and its Biggest Kids Channels

YouTube’s FTC settlement has opened the floodgates for potential lawsuits, including one from the parent of a five-year-old

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Nearly two months ago, YouTube announced it had settled with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for collecting and tracking…

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Chris Stokel-Walker

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