How To: Managing Your YouTube Security

JARED HOWE | January 20, 2016

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Google own YouTube, so you should be aware of Google’s security settings when posting videos to YouTube. It’s important to avoid publishing videos containing private details such as your telephone number or address.YouTube has created a special page that show you how to remain secure while creating and uploading videos, which contains the following information.

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