Youtube User Agreement

In this “Links” section, you can link to your website and provide links to your legal agreements if you wish. If we reasonably believe that any of your Content (1) violates these Terms, Additional Terms or Service-Specific Policies, (2) violates applicable law, or (3) could harm our users, third parties, or Google, we reserve the right to make all or part of such Content a specific subject matter in accordance with applicable law. Examples include child pornography, content that facilitates the trafficking or harassment of people, and content that infringes someone else`s intellectual property rights. For example, when a website collects personal data from users (e.B. Email or postal address, date of birth, credit card information, etc.), you will need a privacy policy that informs users about how and why you collect their personal information, what information you collect, and how you use that information. You can also specify the link to your website in the “Info” tab of your YouTube page and your website would be linked to the list of legal agreements. Use this About tab of your channel page to get more information about who you are. Here`s an example: Although there are no links to legal agreements in the Info tab for MovieClips, links to legal agreements are available on the MovieClips website linked in the image above. Except for the rights and obligations described in this section (in the event of problems or disagreements), Google will not be liable for any other losses unless they are due to our violation of these Terms or additional terms specific to the service.

Sometimes the content does not violate our Community Guidelines, but it may not be suitable for viewers under the age of 18. In these cases, our review team will set an age restriction for the video so that it is not visible to viewers under the age of 18, disconnected users, or those who have enabled restricted mode. Creators can also choose to restrict their own content when downloading if they feel it`s not suitable for a younger audience. Return and refund policies, as well as “payment terms,” apply to e-commerce businesses where users transact to purchase everything from physical goods to online service contracts (for example. B, in the case of SaaS applications). . . . .