1. Onevsp video-sharing platform (‘VSP’) (previously known as Brand New Tube). ‘’us/I/we’’, is a peer-to-peer video sharing platform at the heart of our global community.
  2. VSP aims are: to enable users to experience video sharing and content creating.
  3. We aim to provide a forum where you can share content that educates, entertains, and for you to contribute positively without incitement or discrimination to the global community.
  4. We aim to continue developing this platform which will compromise of regular updates.
  5. These terms and conditions that can be easily found and accessed at:
  6. Our terms and conditions are written in English ensuring they can be understood by as many users as possible, including those people who do not have advanced reading skills.
  7. Our terms and conditions prohibit relevant harmful material fundamental to achieving compliance with the VSP Regime.
  8. We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to make changes or modifications to these terms of use at any time and for any reason.
  9. We will alert you about any changes by updating the “last updated” date of these terms of use, and you waive any right to receive specific notice of each such change.
  10. It is your responsibility to periodically review these terms of use to stay informed of updates.
  11. You will be subject to and will be deemed to have been made aware of and to have accepted, the changes in any revised terms of use by your continued use of the Site after the date such revised terms of use are posted.
  12. The information provided on the Site is not intended for distribution to or use by any person or entity in any jurisdiction or country where such distribution or use would be contrary to law or regulation or which would subject us to any registration requirement within such jurisdiction or country.
  13. Accordingly, those persons who choose to access the Site from other locations do so on their own initiative and are solely responsible for compliance with local laws, if and to the extent local laws are applicable.
  14. The Site is not tailored to comply with industry-specific regulations (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), etc.), so if your interactions would be subjected to such laws, you may not use this Site. You may not use the Site in a way that would violate the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA).
  15. The Site is intended for users who are at least 18 years of age.
  16. All users who are minors in the jurisdiction in which they reside (generally under the age of 18) must have the permission of, and be directly supervised by, their parent or guardian to use the Site. If you are a minor, you must have your parent or guardian read and agree to these terms of use prior to you using the Site.
  17. This guidance is set out to share our expectations for everyone on the platform.
  18. By visiting and using this site, you are agreeing with and are in compliance with our Community Guidelines.
  19. It is mandatory that this guidance is followed and our commitment to the community is understood. They should be read and understood in conjunction with our VSP Global Commitment to Health, Well Being and Safety, to the VSP community.

  21. Onevsp video-sharing platform “WE”, “US”, or “OUR”.
  25. Supplemental terms and conditions or documents may be posted on the Site from time to time are hereby expressly incorporated herein by reference.
  26. We agree to abide by:

  28. A VSP service is where the provision of videos to members of the public is the principal purpose of the service or of the dissociable section of the service. It also meets all the following conditions:
  29. It is made available by means of an electronic communications network.
  30. It is provided on a commercial basis.
  31. The person providing it ‘’us’’ does not general control over what videos are available on it but does have general control over the manner in which videos are organised (including being by automatic means or algorithms, in particular, by displaying, tagging and sequencing).
  32. That person providing it has the required connection with the UK. A required connection includes either of the following: A fixed establishment in the UK for an indefinite period where the provider is effectively pursuing an economic activity.
  33. Note: Newspaper websites are outside the scope of the AVMS Directive (Article 28), but standalone parts of newspapers' websites that feature audiovisual programmes or user-generated videos could be considered as VSPs for the purposes of the Directive.

  35. We aim to operate under the Ofcom guidelines in the United Kingdom’s (UK) who are the communications regulator, overseeing sectors not limited to ‘’fixed-line and mobile telecoms, the airwaves on which wireless devices operate, post and TV and radio broadcasting’’. Ofcom regulate online video services established in the UK, including video-sharing platforms (VSPs).
  36. Ofcom is a unified regulator for media, telecommunications and radio communications, the Broadcasting Standards Commission, the Radio Authority, the Office of Telecommunications and the Radio communications Agency. Ofcom will also have concurrent powers with the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), across the whole of the communications sector, in relation to breaches of the Competition Act 1998 and market investigations under the Enterprise Act 2002 (2002 Act).

  38. Before the AVMS Directive was amended by the 2018 Directive, its scope was limited to regulating linear television and "on-demand audiovisual media services" (as defined in Article 1(g)).
  39. The 2018 Directive extended regulation to VSPs. The implementation date for the 2018 Directive was 19 September 2020. Although the UK left the EU on 31 January 2020, the implementation date fell within the UK-EU transition period during which most EU law continued to apply to the UK, so the UK was obliged to implement the provisions.

  41. The AVMS Directive was primarily implemented in the UK through provisions in the Communications Act 2003 (CA 2003).
  42. The AVMS Regulations inserted into the CA 2003 a new Part 4B "Video-sharing platform services", and the provisions came into force on 1 November 2020.
  43. UK provisions derived from the AVMS Directive continue to apply as retained EU law.
  44. The new Communications Act 2003 received Royal Assent on 17 July 2003 is to have effects for both the media and telecommunications sectors and the VSP Regime is set out in Part 4B of the Communications Act 2003 (the Act) can be found at Communications Act 2003 (legislation.gov.uk)
  45. Our compliance with its obligations under section 368Z1(1) and (2) of Part 4B of the Act Duty to take appropriate measures: Communications Act 2003 (legislation.gov.uk) ‘’ F1368Z1’’/.
  46. At VSP we will take the below appropriate measures to protect all users from ‘relevant harmful material’ and to protect under-18s from ‘restricted material’:
  47. Equality & Respect

    • People of all races, ages, sexes, religions, political views, and other immutable attributes or self-assigned designations should be treated as equals with the same rights.
    • VSP members are expected to behave maturely and in a civilized manner that respects other members of the community and wider society. Hatred or harmful content will NOT be tolerated but removed immediately and reported to the relevant authorities where appropriate.

    Your Responsibility

    • The actions you take are your responsibility as an individual. VSP will hold you accountable for any content you upload, along with any metadata associated with it, including titles, descriptions, thumbnails, and hashtags.
    • The content you produce on the site does not entail any responsibility for the actions of others; however, you must consider that others could be influenced or incited by your content.
    • Content creators must ensure their content does not violate the Harmful and Prohibited Content or Platform Misuse guidelines, as set out further below. Moreover, they are required to understand Sensitive Content by choosing the correct age restriction from the drop down menu, to any content they upload to VSP.
    • VSP community members are responsible for adhering to these guidelines at all times.
    • Further explanations of this guidance and frameworks along factsheets, example cases, report on online hateful content and EU legislation and guidelines can be found on pages 19 to 21 of the VSP Guidance set out by Ofcom by clicking on the following link: VSP Harms Guidance
    • Additionally this guidance, will provide information to help you understand the types of content which constitute incitement to violence or hatred by way of explanations, case studies or examples and also highlight the hatred or violence is prohibited against a group of persons or a member of a group of persons based on any ground such as sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation.

    Legal Responsibility

    • As a VSP member, you are legally responsible for all the content you upload.
    • It is the responsibility of each member of the VSP community to follow their local laws regarding online conduct, communication, and content. As far as online communications are concerned, VSP will comply with all applicable laws.
    • It is important to make sure that your content is legal to share before sharing it on VSP.
    • We expect you to abide by the copyrights, trademarks, and other legal rights of third parties. When you add content to the VSP, you should reference applicable fair dealing laws. Please refer to the Copyright Policy for more information on how we manage copyright.
    • At the request of the authorities, we may apply filters to specific content considered illegal in their country. These filters will be applied so as not to affect the viewing of content in other countries where the content is still considered lawful.

    Sensitive Content

    • To help users to apply the correct sensitivity and age restriction, members can use the drop-down menu and click on ‘All ages can view this video’ or ‘Only + 18’.

    Harmful and Prohibited Content

    • Persons, organisations, or other entities involved in the following activities are not permitted to be present on the platform.
    • Any material produced by, endorsing, enabling, or otherwise promoting people, organisations or any other entity engaging in the following activities is not permitted on the platform.
    • Posting, celebrating, endorsing, glorifying, denying the existence of, linking to or otherwise promoting content containing the following activities is strictly prohibited on the platform. Repeated violations will result in suspensions or termination of the account.
    • Should you find such material on VSP, we expect you to report it to us immediately using the reporting and reporting tools provided.
    • We understand that it may be necessary to show and/or cite examples of the following activities to hold perpetrators accountable. If this is your aim, you must evidently reference this within the content. You must always remain considerate to victims and safeguard your content from being misused to approve, allow or support individuals, groups of people, or any other body participating in such activities.
    • Physical Violence
      • Actual non-consensual acts of abduction, attempted murder, murder, dismemberment, rape, or torture.
    Animal Cruelty Endangerment and Child Abuse
    • Outlined as the abuse, sexualisation, endangerment, exploitation of children, or any offense stated within the UK Children and Young Persons Act 1933.
    • UK Children and Young Persons Act 1933
    • Any harassment considered unlawful in the homes of the perpetrator or the target. This includes disclosing sensitive personal information without the consent of the individual, including, but not limited to, addresses, social security numbers, passport numbers, telephone numbers or bank account numbers.
    Harmful Activities
    • Refers to the injection or ingestion of hazardous substances, self-injury, suicide and other activities aimed at seriously injuring or aggravating a person.
    Incitement to Hatred (UK, EU, EEA & territories)
    • Relevant harmful material refers to any material likely to incite violence or hatred against a group of persons or a member of a group of persons based on particular grounds. It also refers to material the inclusion of which would be a criminal offence under laws relating to terrorism; child sexual abuse material; and racism and xenophobia. As an example, 'hatred' refers to a feeling of animosity or rejection regarding a person or a group of persons. Inciting or motivating a person to act in a violent or abusive manner constitutes one into illegal territory.
    • Also refers to Section 368E Subsection (1) of the UK Communications Act 2003, this applies to any material likely to incite hatred against a group of persons or a member of a group of persons based on any of the grounds referred to in Article 21 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
    • Related links:
    • *Related links (copy and paste into your browser):
    • https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2003/21/section/368E
    • https://www.europarl.europa.eu/charter/pdf/text_en.pdf
    Sexually Explicit
    • Real, simulated or otherwise represented content containing sexual intercourse, sexual acts or sexual excitement.
    Portrayal of rape/sexual abuse
    • Hard drug use or creation, selling or facilitating the sale of hard or soft drugs, facilitating the sale of regulated pharmaceuticals without a prescription, or showing how to use steroids in non-educational content.
    Violent Extremism & Terrorism
    • Any act of violence or intimidation that is intended to promote a religious, political or ideological purpose.
    • Bodies that have been selected under counterterrorism legislation will be blocked within the jurisdiction of the relevant nation state or international organisation. In addition, those nominated by the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States of America, the United Nations, the European Union or any member state of the European Union will be prohibited on the platform.
    Incitement to Violence & Threats
    • Refers to provocation of violence, threats or likely to provoke violence.
    • Racism and xenophobia - The offences relating to racism and xenophobia here include publicly inciting violence or hatred directed against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin, and the committing of such an offence by public dissemination of distribution of tracts, pictures or other material.
    Platform Misuse
    • Abuse of the provided platform and/or functionality is not permitted and should be reported using the Flagging and Reporting methods, as described further in this document. Here are a few examples of what we regard as misuse of the platform:
      • Brigading or Dogpiling - Organised group attacks with the goal to disgrace, silence or otherwise shut down other users.
      • Manipulation of Metric – Manipulation of metrics such as views, likes and/or subscriptions. When this is identified, such metrics will be corrected to offset.
      • Clickbaiting - Presenting misleading titles, descriptions, using similar names, tags, or thumbnails to trick viewers to click on video content.
      • Scamming - Refers to scamming people out of their earnings, views, votes or anything else.
      • Spamming - Content that is excessively posted, repetitive or untargeted and does one or more of the following: Promises viewers that they'll see something but instead directs them off the site.
      • Promotion of eating disorders - Self-injurious content which may cause physical harms.
      • Mental health factors leading to harm - content which may lead to a harm, such as psychological distress, depression, anxiety, social withdrawal, body image and addictive-type behaviours.

    If we reasonably believe that any of your Content (1) is in breach of this Agreement or (2) may cause harm to OneVSP, our users, or third parties, we reserve the right to remove or take down some or all of such Content. We will notify you with the reason for our action and contact the relevant authorities if we feel the need to do so. Further clarification can be found under the Enforcement, section point 170.


  48. Part 4B will be repealed by the Online Safety Act (OSA), and video-sharing platforms will be regulated under the provisions contained in the OSA.
  49. Part 4B will not be repealed as soon as the OSA receives Royal Assent.
  50. The Online Safety Act 2023 (OSA) received Royal Assent on 26 October 2023. Much of the OSA is not yet in force and will not be brought into force until various pieces of publication of guidance and codes of practice have been made by Ofcom and the Secretary of State.
  51. OFCOM:

  53. b. GUIDANCE: Ofcom has published guidance on its approach to regulating VSPs (Ofcom: Regulating video-sharing platforms).
  54. c. LIST OF PROVIDERS: Ofcom must maintain a list of providers of VSPs (section 368U, CA 2003).

  56. a. Ofcom can designate a co-regulator (section 368T, CA 2003).
  57. b. Co-regulation is encouraged generally under the AVMS Directive (Article 4a) and Article 28b(4) emphasizes that the measures requiring VSPs to prevent harm (in Article 28b(1) and (3)) could be implemented through co-regulation.
  58. c. In the UK, Ofcom has designated the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) as its co-regulator for advertising on "on-demand programme services" (ODPS) (as defined in section 368A(1) of the CA 2003) as permitted by the co-regulatory provisions in section 368B of the CA 2003.
  59. d. The ASA is responsible for monitoring advertising appearing on ODPS for compliance with the relevant appendix in the Committee of Advertising Practice's Non-broadcast Advertising, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing Code (CAP Code).
  60. e. The government noted that extending the co-regulatory arrangement to VSPs was complex as the issues go beyond the scope of the AVMS Directive.
  61. f. However, in December 2021, Ofcom designated the ASA as its co-regulator for VSP-controlled advertising.

  63. The appropriate regulatory authority must encourage VSP providers to provide guidance on preventing the inclusion of harmful material in advertisements. (Section 368X, CA 2003.)

  65. A VSP provider must publish the following information in a publicly accessible part of its website:
  66. Provider's name, address and electronic address.
  67. A statement that the provider is under the jurisdiction of the UK for the purposes of the AVMS Directive.
  68. Name, address and electronic address of any appropriate regulatory body for the provider and its service. (Section 368Y, Communications Act 2003.)
    1. In relation to ACCs marketed, sold or arranged by VSP providers (that is, ACCs that appear around videos and which are under the VSP provider's control), VSP providers must comply with the requirements in section 368Z of the CA 2003.
    2. This means we abide by:
      1. ACCs for the following products are prohibited:
        • Cigarettes or other tobacco products.
        • Electronic cigarettes or electronic cigarette refill containers.
        • Any prescription-only medicine.
      2. ACCs for alcoholic drinks are only permitted if:
        • They are not aimed specifically at persons under the age of 18.
        • They do not encourage immoderate consumption of alcohol.
      3. ACCs must:
        • Be readily recognisable as such.
        • Not use techniques which exploit the possibility of conveying a message subliminally or surreptitiously.
      4. ACCs must not:
        • Prejudice respect for human dignity.
        • Include or promote discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, nationality, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.
        • Encourage behaviour prejudicial to health or safety.
        • Encourage behaviour grossly prejudicial to the protection of the environment.
        • Cause physical, mental or moral detriment to persons under the age of 18.
        • Directly exhort such persons to purchase or rent goods or services in a manner which exploits their inexperience or credulity.
        • Directly encourage such persons to persuade their parents or others to purchase or rent goods or services.
        • Exploit the trust of such persons in parents, teachers or others.
        • Unreasonably show such persons in dangerous situations.
      5. Ofcom has designated the ASA as day-to-day regulator of VSP-controlled advertising. The relevant requirements are reflected in a VSP annex to the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) code, to be enforced by the ASA. See Legal update, Ofcom statement on advertising on video-sharing platforms.

    1. VSP providers also have responsibilities in relation to content uploaded on their service (section 368Z1, CA 2003). This is harder for them to control. They must take such measures as are set out in Schedule 15A as are appropriate to:
      1. Protect under 18s from videos and ACCs containing restricted material (that is, a video that the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has or would refuse to classify or that is or should be rated R18 or that might seriously impair the physical, mental or moral development of persons under 18 (section 368Z1(8), CA 2003).
      2. Protect the general public from videos and ACCs containing harmful material.
      3. In relation to ACCs not marketed, sold or arranged by the person providing the VSP, ensuring that:
        • ACCs for cigarettes or other tobacco products, electronic cigarettes or electronic cigarette refill containers, or any prescription-only medicine are not included.
        • ACCs for alcoholic drinks are only included if they are not aimed at under 18s or encourage immoderate consumption and the ACC otherwise complies with the general provisions on ACCs in section 368Z(4) and (5) of the CA 2003.
        • ACCs for anything else are only included in the service if they comply with the general provisions on ACCs in section 368Z(4) and (5) of the CA 2003.
      4. The measures set out in Schedule 15A that VSP providers can use to control content uploaded to their service include:
        • Terms and conditions:
        • Requiring restricted material to be brought to the VSP provider's attention.
        • Prohibiting the uploading of harmful material.
        • Prohibiting ACCs for prohibited goods.
        • Setting out compliance requirements for ACCs for other goods and services.
        • Providing functionality for a person uploading a video to declare whether the video contains ACCs and include a term in the terms and conditions requiring the user to make a declaration.
        • Establish mechanisms for viewers to report or flag harmful material.
        • Establish age-verification procedures.
        • Establish systems for viewers to rate restricted material.
        • Provide parental controls for restricted material.
        • Establish a complaints procedure relating to harmful and restricted material.
        • Provide information and tools to improve media literacy.
        • Implementing one of these measures is not to be regarded as imposing on a provider a general obligation to monitor the information they transmit or store or a general obligation actively to seek facts or circumstances indicating illegal activity, as described in Article 15(1) of the E-Commerce Directive (2000/31/EC) (section 368Z1(3), CA 2003).
      5. Whether a particular measure is appropriate will depend on a number of factors:
        • The size and nature of the video-sharing platform service.
        • The nature of the material in question.
        • The harm the material in question may cause.
        • The characteristics of the category of persons to be protected.
        • In relation to audiovisual commercial communications that are not marketed, sold or arranged by a person providing a video-sharing platform service, the fact that the provider exercises limited control over such communications;
        • The rights and legitimate interests at stake, including those of the person providing the video-sharing platform service and the persons having created or uploaded the material, as well as the general public interest.
        • Any other measures taken or to be taken.
      6. The VSP provider must provide for an impartial out-of-court procedure for resolving disputes between users of the service and the VSP provider.
      7. Ofcom has published guidance for VSP providers on how to implement the measures in Schedule 15A effectively (see Ofcom: Video-sharing platform guidance (6 October 2021)Opens in a new window).
      8. Age verification is established by us with a view to helping its members ensure that video-sharing platforms uploaded do not impair the physical, mental or moral development of minors and we take their obligations to protect under-18s (under legislation stemming from the AVMS Directive) seriously and implement robust access control measures to protect under-18s from accessing harmful content via our services.
    1. Under the AVMS Directive, it is forbidden to process personal data of minors collected or otherwise generated by VSP providers as part of age-verification systems or parental controls for commercial purposes, such as direct marketing, profiling and behaviourally targeted advertising (Article 28b(3)).
    2. The UK government considers that VSPs are already required to give careful consideration when collecting data for the protection of minors, particularly when using age verification and other technical measures.
    3. Article 5(1)(b) of the UK General Data Protection Regulation provides that data collected for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes must not be further processed in a manner that is incompatible with those purposes.
    4. This would mean that if the data is collected for the protection of minors, including through the use of age verification tools, it could not subsequently be used for commercial purposes.
    5. Recital 38 of the UK GDPR points out that the personal data of minors deserves special protection, in particular, "for the purposes of marketing or creating personality or user profiles." The Age Appropriate Design Code published by the Information Commissioner's Office, and in force since September 2021, is intended to provide guidance on the privacy standards that organisations should adopt where they are offering online services and apps that children are likely to access and which will process their personal data.

    1. The appropriate regulatory authority must ensure VSP compliance with obligations to provide information, pay regulatory fees, on advertising and on preventing harm (section 368X, CA 2003).
    2. The appropriate regulatory authority can enforce VSP obligations by making a determination and doing one or both of the following:
      • Issuing an enforcement notice under section 368Z2 of the CA 2003.
      • Imposing a financial penalty in accordance with section 368Z4 of the CA 2003.
    3. In making a determination the regulatory authority must have reasonable grounds for believing that a contravention is occurring or has occurred and allow the provider an opportunity to make representations.
    4. Failure to comply can lead to suspension or restriction of a service (section 368Z5, CA 2003).
    5. There is also specific provision for suspension or restriction of a service for inciting crime or disorder (section 368Z6, CA 2003).
    6. Failure to comply with a suspension or restriction of service is an offence for which the service can be fined (section 368Z8, CA 2003).
    7. Relationship with Online Safety Act:
      • The VSP provisions will be superseded by the OSA once the relevant provisions of the OSA are enacted.
      • The OSA provides for a transition period for VSPs. During this period, they will be exempt from having to comply with most duties under the OSA. They will still have some duties, such as:
        • To comply with demands for information issued by Ofcom.
        • To notify for fees.
      • This exemption will apply to platforms that meet the notification criteria.
      • Section 210 of the OSA will repeal Part 4B when it comes into force and Schedule 17 of the OSA sets out transitional provisions for VSPs.
      • During the transition period, Ofcom will continue to regulate pre-existing VSPs.
      • The Secretary of State will make secondary legislation to specify the date for repeal of the VSP provisions and the transition period will end on this date.
      • VSPs will have to carry out risk assessments and child access assessments under the OSA.
    8. Appropriate age-assurance measures in place.
    9. Ofcom has regulated VSPs under Part 4B of the Communications Act 2003 since 1 November 2020. Providers within scope must notify their service to Ofcom.
    10. Prevent under-18s from accessing videos containing pornographic material.

    Global Commitment to Health, Well Being and Safety

    VSP is committed to VSP is NOT committed to
    Expressing Independent Thought Hatred, Incitement, Crime, Abuse, Racism & Xenophobia
    Sharing & Spreading of Truth Intolerance and VSP Bias
    Educating & Entertaining Propaganda & Hatred
    Promoting World Peace, Love Health, Welfare & Security War, Danger, Injustice, Suffering, and Misery
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      5. You are not a minor in your jurisdiction, or if a minor, you have parental permission to use the Site.
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      • We do not store any data neither share any data fetched from Youtube API services to any third party services.
      • We use third-party services to fetch the videos without storing the same onto our servers or database and YouTube API Services is one of the Third party services that we use.


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