Inactive accounts policy
In general, users are expected to be active members within the YouTube community. If an account is found to be overly inactive, the account may be reclaimed by YouTube without notice. Inactivity may be considered as:
- Not logging into the site for at least six months
- Never having uploaded video content
- Not actively partaking in watching or commenting on videos or channels
Encouraging Terms of Service violations
If you post content that encourages other users to violate our Terms of Service, the content may be removed, your account may be penalized, and in some cases your account may be terminated.
Posting previously removed content, or content from terminated or restricted creators
If you post content previously removed for violating our Terms of Service, content produced by creators with a current restriction, or content from creators who have been terminated under our Terms, the content may be removed, your account may be penalized, and in some cases your account may be terminated.
Age requirements on Google products
We may ask you to confirm your age if we think that you are not old enough to use YouTube. You can learn more about this process here.