By now, most people know that the video you are watching on YouTube is probably fake.
This is because the video is posted by someone else who does not have the right permissions to make it available on YouTube.
The best way to spot a fake YouTube video or uploader is to know that there is no video on YouTube, or to see if the video has been edited or altered.
If a YouTube user is not making a video available for you to watch, it is possible that the person who made the video may have a commercial interest in it.
For instance, a company that wants to promote their product on YouTube might want to make a video that they can monetize with advertisements.
It’s possible that a YouTube channel might be trying to promote a video, such as a video of an actor in a commercial for an upcoming film.
The person who uploaded the video could have had a personal or commercial interest.
If you are unsure whether a video is genuine, try to verify that the account has the right permission to make the video available on your computer or mobile device.
YouTube has a feature that shows you a list of accounts that have been verified as legitimate.
If someone has uploaded a video to a YouTube account that has not been verified, you can find the account’s verification link on the account itself.
For more information about verifying your YouTube account, see How do I verify a YouTube page?