crossdomain.xml and youtube-nocookie.com 404 error message1 Recommended Answer
And by clicking on the YouTube icon on the player to "Watch on YouTube.com" the link "https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/watch?v=myVideoId" gets a 404 (white page) as well, but if I delete the "-nocookie" on that URL the video plays regularly.
Anybody there knows what is happening? Is YouTube changing anything without communicate the users / developers?
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Really seems to be, but the strange thing is that it is happening since yesterday and I cannot find anywhere a single comment about this from other users or YouTube team...
Really keen to know when this will be fixed.
I'm not sure which I tested before. I guess I tried http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/crossdomain.xml then, which does work.
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/iframe_api does not though. But I guess one can set the host in window.YTConfig. It seems strange to even use the main domain still though.
But that's all another issue.
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