YouTube Kids is meant to create a world of learning and fun for children by filtering adult and vile contents. Children can learn a lot of new things by watching educational videos. However, Business Insider recently found that the app was suggesting conspiracy theory videos, claiming that the moon landing was fake, the earth is flat, and our planet is ruled by reptile-human hybrids.
While searching for UFO on YouTube Kids, BI found that one of the videos claimed to show a UFO shooting at a chemtrail. Besides, there were some videos in the suggested videos from the professional conspiracy theorist David Icke.
One of those videos was an hour-long lecture by Icke, where he was claiming that the freemasons indulge in human sacrifice, pyramids were built by the aliens, and President John F. Kennedy was assassinated by his own government.
Those videos were removed from YouTube Kids after Business Insider contacted the company. However, it’s a matter of concern for the parents who let their children browse YouTube without being worried about the appearance of any unsuitable content. These videos may not affect the adults but could have a negative impact on children’s mind. So, if you are one of them who let YouTube babysit their children, it’s high time for you to be careful.