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No, YouTube Won't Cancel Accounts That Don't Generate Revenue

A new update to the YouTube Terms of Service has users concerned that Google will cancel their account if they are deemed to be not "commercially viable". Google says this is not true and that this section of the agreement only applies towards Google services and not user accounts.

On November 10th, 2019, Google released an updated YouTube Terms of Use in order to make it easier to read and to make sure they are up to date.

"We made some changes to our Terms of Service in order to make them easier to read and to ensure they’re up to date. We’re not changing the way our products work, how we collect or process data, or any of your settings," a YouTube spokesperson told BleepingComputer.com.

Unfortunately, a part of the "Account Suspension & Termination" section of the updated Terms of Use is not clearly written and states that Google can terminate your access or your Google account's access to YouTube if it is not "commercially viable".

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