Unfortunately there is so much going in that YouTube won’t/can’t remove all of them, without 25 new channels starting up.
I agree with Nitro, parents should stop letting their iPads babysit.
One time I was watching my friends 3 year old and she kept asking for “Elsa tummy”
I didn’t know what to do so I put on Zootopia for her, I found out Later that “Elsa Tummy” was a video that my friend would put on for her, and it was Elsa giving birth and other things. I told my friend that she needs to start monitoring her child’s web use. Another friend of mine told me that she doesn’t ever let her kid watch YouTube without her, and one time she was watching one of those “Lets play” with her grandpa and he turned it off because the dialogue started to get sketchy.
It ranges from the let’s play, to the finders keepers eggs, to even just the videos on how to learn colors.
The creepiest thing is when the videos have comments, but that makes me think it’s a computer algorithm cause the comments are always weird letters, or just a number.
It’s very weird, and I am glad that they are finally investigating it.
YouTube wanted to take all the content offline, and put it solely on there app, but then no one would be able to regulate it through the app. They assume that kids by the age of 13 are on computers, and are usually watching YouTube videos from desktop.