This video provides opinion and analysis on the YouTube COPPA LAW FTC Press Conference executed on September 4th, 2019. When you listen carefully to what they say, you can begin to extrapolate who they think about creators. One of the topics that are clearly stated by the FTC is how the fine is created after you get busted. What happens first is they look at the total money you have made from the specific video that is the issue. I’m not talking about the cash generated from all your content. No, it’s money made from single videos. The second parameter is a multiplier. No one knows how much that multiplier is, but there will be one. Finally, the level of intent is defined. That is how much they think you purposely made content for kids. Identifying the level of intent is not a black and white kind fo scenario. If you don’t believe me, just read the language on how they define content under 13. It is so confusing and unclear that you will begin to realize that identifying the level of intent will be a time-consuming task. Now how long will this take with 23 million channels? Will it be a quick sweep? Would it make sense for the FTC to review all the channels, or would it make sense to go after the channels that have over 50,000 subscribers? Is the FTC giving the fines to the so-called victims, or are they keeping the money? When you begin to listen between the lines, the real picture begins to reveal itself. Listen to this press conference, and you will start to see the truth.

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