If you guys haven't already seen this you probably should check it out. Youtube is drastically changing the way we will be able to use it. This applies to all videos new & old; **even if you are not in the US.** A "kid" defined here is anyone under 13 years old. Kendama is seen as a toy which means that nearly all future kendama content will likely have to be marked as "made for kids." Monetization aside this is another hoop through which we have to jump and will likely cause problems not unlike copyright issues where videos are taken down requiring manual review, more ways to get strikes (possible channel deletion), and direct communication with Youtube which isn't always easy. In addition to this the TOS have been updated and says that channels which are not commercially viable can be terminated. This will mean that if you have a channel that is making content that is considered for kids then YT generally won't run ads on them making your channel "not commercially viable." Thoughts?