YouTube Is for Children - Why does the video platform protest so much
that it's not?

        It's not just the site's many explicitly kid-centric videos
        that refute YouTube's not-for-children claims. The Paul
        Brothers, Logan and Jake, are two of YouTube's most successful
        vloggers. Their videos comply with YouTube's service terms
        insofar as they are created and uploaded by adults. But spend
        any time at all in the Paul brothers' universe and it becomes
        abundantly clear that their most passionate fans are all still
        in grade school. Whenever they go out in public, they are
        hounded by kids demanding selfies and autographs. The title
        graphics of their vlogs seem like they were designed by
        children to catch the attention of children.

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