YouTubers warned they have a responsibility not to put child fans at risk



YouTubers have been warned that they have a responsibility to ensure their relationship with young viewers didn’t put children at risk.
The NSPCC says high-profile vloggers should be careful not to blur boundaries with child fans, warning they have a huge influence on them.
Everyone is creeped out by Trump closely lurking behind Hillary Clinton during debate A spokesperson for the NSPCC told Metro.co.uk: ‘YouTubers have huge power and influence on young people and the way they think about the real world, so they also have a responsibility to their young fans to make sure relationships are... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 26
Source: Metro
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