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Youtube is considering making changes to its platform to protect kids, including moving all their content to a new service this as the Federal Trade Commission is investigating the video website, CBS news technology consultant, Larry maggot, one of the issues about YouTube and young children is the allegation that the company is violating the federal children's online privacy Protection Act which prohibits comes. From collecting any personally identifiable information from children under thirteen another issue, if there is some content on YouTube, that inappropriate for young children, but there are no effective mechanisms