A growing number of consumers are using online video streaming platforms like YouTube to watch their favorite videos, but they are not aware of how they can get the most out of the service.
The most popular video-sharing sites are known for their low quality video quality and lack of privacy protections, and some experts have called for the government to regulate them as a criminal offense.
On Thursday, a panel of U.S. senators wrote to the Federal Trade Commission, asking the agency to review whether the platforms should be regulated as a media platform or a commercial one.
As a result, the senators wrote, they believe it is necessary to consider whether there are any new consumer protection laws that are in place that would address online video distribution.
“The industry needs to be held to a higher standard,” said Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., the ranking Democrat on the committee.
“These platforms are used to distribute content to millions of consumers, yet the public cannot access them, and we cannot understand how they manage to function so seamlessly.”
The senators cited the case of a YouTube video titled “A Christmas Carol” from the 1970s.
YouTube is owned by Google and has about 4 million subscribers worldwide.
Its main feature is to host video content from around the world and make money from advertising.
Its most popular videos are the ones from the popular TV series “Seinfeld” and movies like “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Many YouTube users have complained about poor quality videos that often include subtitles that don’t work properly.
YouTube has been accused of censoring content that is critical of the Israeli government or its policies.
The company has also faced criticism from the Federal Communications Commission, which has proposed to limit video ads on YouTube.
At the center of the senators’ complaint is the fact that video-streaming services like YouTube allow people to upload their own videos and watch them without paying.
This means that consumers can watch content they want, and pay for it, without any additional fees.
It also means that people can create their own channels and share their own content with the world, without having to worry about copyright violations.
But critics say the platform’s creators have been using that option to manipulate the quality of the videos they post.
They say that in some cases, videos posted to YouTube may not be the quality they say they are.
That’s where the senators come in.
When asked about the complaints, a YouTube representative said it takes complaints on copyright issues very seriously and has taken action to ensure its videos are up to date.
The spokesperson said the company will be adding an option in the next version of its YouTube app that allows people to “check out” videos that are currently in the public domain.
But the senators also say the company is taking action on the issue by offering a subscription service that provides access to content on its platform.
This is a problem, said Sen