- YouTube is tightening rules for fan accounts.
- This will help things better between celebrities and fans.
- The new rule will be implemented from August 21.
Fan accounts on social media are nothing new as we have multiple fan accounts on various social media platforms and the same are created to show support and admiration for a public figure. The owners of Pan accounts usually mimic the style of a celebrity, content, and even usernames, and the same can mislead others into believing they are interacting with the actual person. This will create many problems like misinformation and more. Now YouTube is all set to fix this particular problem as the company is tightening rules for fan accounts.
Google is making changes from August 21 and users who are having fan accounts on YouTube will be required to clearly indicate that their channels are not affiliated with the original artist, creator, or brand.
The new change will definitely help you to combat impersonation on the platform and the platform can also safeguard its viewers.
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