'age restricted' on yt

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im tryna watch a vid by NELK on yt, and it says 'sorry this is age restricted'
how can i turn this mode off lol....on other videos like that there's usually a button u can press to confirm that you are ___ age....
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LovelyMrFox
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How old are you? It should give you the option to view it anyways, unless your parents have some sort of restrictions or controls on your account.
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(Original post by LovelyMrFox)
How old are you? It should give you the option to view it anyways, unless your parents have some sort of restrictions or controls on your account.
nah its my account
so im not sure why its saying that... :?
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nah its my account
so im not sure why its saying that... :?
Even if its your account, your parents could still have controls on the device ( assuming your a child? )
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(Original post by LovelyMrFox)
Even if its your account, your parents could still have controls on the device ( assuming your a child? )
im 16 turning 17

they dont hv any controls on my device...the laptop is completely mine and only used by me :/
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if it's mature content they will ask you regardless of your settings
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by jemima0103)
if it's mature content they will ask you regardless of your settings
hmmm
so im not sure why its doing that to me :confused:
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