YouTube said that such content will no longer be allowed to appear on the platform. Prior to this, YouTube handled the age limit for such videos, but now it has chosen to make adjustments as a result of strict scrutiny by regulators and criticism of its executive leadership.
It is reported that this policy was announced two days ago, but since it was released on a YouTube help community forum, it does not seem to attract much attention. The post has only a few dozen responses. There are also few news reports. YouTube said it will increase the implementation of this new policy in the next 30 days and give creators an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the new regulations. In other words, the platform will not penalize channels that violate this policy during this 30-day time.