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Until Children Are Protected, Family Youtube Channels Should Not Exist

Imagine gazing back at the reflection of your 13-year-old self and turning your face to the side as you examine your once silky smooth prepubescent skin now a mountain range of bulbous acne. Overcome by waves of insecurity, you turn to your mom for advice. As you try and flip your hair to cover the blemishes, your mom whips out her Canon PowerShot and starts vlogging…

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NYC content writer obsessed with all things consumer tech, digital marketing, and the future of work.

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