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Dear YouTubers, phishers are after your accounts
Do you have a channel on YouTube? How’s it doing — got more than a thousand subscribers yet? If so, you can expect a message something like this: “We’re evaluating your request for monetizing your YouTube channel.” The problem is, it might be fake. In the wake of recent campaigns targeting Instagram and Twitter accounts, cyberthieves are now after YouTube creators. More than a year has passed since YouTube last tightened its regulations on the requirements a channel/creator must meet to monetize videos (the current ones date back to February 2018). These days, ad-supported channels need to comply with several criteria, including having at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of overall watch time within the past 12 months. It’s no wonder most YouTubers take a notification about a thorough account review extremely seriously
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