When article after article was released highlighting YouTube's "new" power to terminate services based on something being "commercially viable"...we took it up in Virtual Legality, and the response to that video was fantastic.
Now, we respond to (just a portion) of that response.
We always appreciate your feedback...in Virtual Legality.
#YouTube #Terms #CommerciallyViable
Discussed in this episode:
"“Commercially Viable” Doesn’t Mean What You Think: A Lawyer Reads YouTube’s New Terms of Service"
YouTube - November 11, 2019 - Hoeg Law
YouTube Terms of Service (Dec. 10, 2019)
"Protection for private blocking and screening of offensive material"
U.S. Code § 230
"COPPA Cabana: On YouTube’s “Legal Requirement” Deception (VL133)"
YouTube - November 13, 2019 - Hoeg Law
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"Virtual Legality" is a continuing series discussing the law, video games, software, and everything digital, hosted by Richard Hoeg, of the Hoeg Law Business Law Firm (Hoeg Law).
Rick has practiced for more than a decade at some of the country's largest law firms, representing IT, software, video game, and other technology companies, as well as the individuals and institutions which fund them.
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