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When talking to children during online safety lessons, a good number of them report seeing inappropriate content on YouTube. Apart from switching everything off, there isn’t a single solution that works well; even YouTube ‘Restricted Mode’ is poor at best.
Due to the algorithmic nature of YouTube and many other services, some of the content that children are seeing is based on what they have viewed in the past, their search history and channels they subscribe to.
This short video has a few tips that may help. The advice is the same whether they’re watching YouTube on the web or via the YouTube app. If you’re a school, feel free to embed this video onto your school website, or share via your social media channels to share with parents.
For children under 7, I would recommend the YouTube Kids app, and you can see my review of this on the second video.
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