I was wondering if there was a way to remove/ filter out curse words from YouTube. I normally watch videos with my little brother and i would hate to let him hear something innapropiate and then repeat it... If anyone has designed a program or has found one i would be happy to download it!
You might be able to watch the video muted. I know that my little cousin watched Austin Powers on mute when he was too young for his parents to allow him to hear that kind of language.
Another problem is that the captions automatically generated by YouTube are gibberish mondegreens and often include curse words not said by the speaker (I have experienced this when making basic Let's Play videos).
Agree with you 100%. Hearing words won't harm him, It's bad behaviour that should be stopped.
All this nonsense these days of "protecting" the younger children from everything that can be bad for them. People has forgotten that children also needs to build character too. Two sides of the same coin, If you only focuses on the protecting side, and ignores the character one, then that child will have some problems when it grows up, especially once the moving out part comes.
Children don't mimic everything they hear and see. Stop treating them like they're really stupid, and instead let them hear and see it, and if you feel the need for it, explain it for them afterwards.
I hate it when people are censoring things. There's one thing newspapers or news on the Tv, if there are some nasty/gruesome images.
If you don't want him to hear or see things that he shouldn't hear/see, then don't take him to youtube. The clips there aren't reviewed by MPAA or similar. There are just two levels, 18+ (Adult Only) or not.
This should have gotten the +4 rep, not my post.
Teach the child about the words. Don't shun them, it never ends well.
Speaking from experience with friends who were shunned from other things (not bad words specifically), and ended up going on huge binges or becoming alcoholics.
Hell, look at me, my parents shunned 'bad words' up until I was in 6th or 7th grade, and now I swear like a sailor IRL.