Like most unicorns, YouTube isn't perfect. Its comment sections are famously noxious , its algorithms proliferate conspiracy theories , its filters fail to protect kids' feeds , and its ad-revenue-sharing model props up problematic vloggers. But it also has hydraulic press videos. And a dude lip-syncing TGIF theme songs while sitting on the toilet. For better or for worse, YouTube is the ultimate time-waster, the place you go when you literally have to watch the Howard Dean scream right now and the place you remain an hour later after the rabbit hole you descended eventually spat you out on an '80s video dating montage. Sometimes, if enough people deem a particular video undeniably watchable all at once, it becomes a phenomenon with the cultural cachet to demand that you take notice and catalog it as a historical event.
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YouTube is nothing new, but it has impacted our generation so much that even some of the biggest stars owe their careers to it. You really never know who could end up watching your video. Tori Kelly and James Bay are proof positive. The artists both made it big on YouTube , and were paired up for a special duet at the Grammys this year.
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Skip to Content. Join Common Sense Media Plus for timely advice from a community of parents like you. You can't remove YouTube's related videos, which display in the Up Next section. But you can adjust some settings to reduce the risk of your kid seeing inappropriate related videos. Google uses different kinds of data to try to tailor the videos in the Up Next section to your taste, including the video that you're currently watching and even your search history across other Google products, such as search.
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