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U.K. Child Protection Organization Warns YouTube Stars About Inappropriate Fan Relationships

The National Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Children (NSPCC), a U.K.-based child protection charity, is warning YouTube stars against engaging in romantic relationships with their fans. Given widespread claims of inappropriate behavior by certain creators who abuse their newfound influence, the NSPCC’s head of participation, Emily Cherry, told the BBC that “blurred boundaries” can put young people at risk and that creators have a “responsibility” to ensure appropriate interactions.
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