“Blurred boundaries” between prominent YouTube stars and their viewers can put young people at risk, a leading children’s charity has warned. Emily Cherry, of the NSPCC, said YouTubers had a “responsibility” to make sure relationships with young fans were appropriate.
Claims of inappropriate behaviour have been made against a small number of internet personalities. Google-owned YouTube told the BBC that educating fans and creators was key.
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