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Youtube kids site shunned by children

By Bloomberg
18 June 2019   |   11:47 am
Loup Ventures Managing Partner, Doug Clinton and Bloomberg's Lucas Shaw, discuss YouTube Kids, an app geared for children under the age of 13. According to several YouTube staffers, most children using the YouTube Kids app switch to the main app long before reaching 13.

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