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Santiago Agustin Godoy asked

HELP! Amazon Content Policy Not compliant

Hello, about 10 days ago I was trying to upload an app whose main functionality is to show YouTube videos of a certain theme and I find over and over again that amazon gives me different random errors as an excuse for not validating my app.

They require documentation to prove that I have the rights to use the videos from different YouTube channels, even when those channels are not even showing in my app and I am the owner of one of the channels.

The funny part of the matter is that in a simple search, I have found at least ten apps that have the same functionality as mine and have been accepted by amazon.

That is why I ask what is the criteria for these apps to have been accepted and mine not.

In addition, it is perfectly specified in the terms and conditions of the YouTube service that the creators grant a license to other users: "License to other users

You also grant each user of the Service a worldwide, non-exclusive, free, and royalty-free license to access your Content through the Service and to use such Content (including to reproduce, distribute, modify, transform, display, communicate to the public, and represent it) to the extent permitted by the functions of the Service. "

So what is the acceptance criteria for applications based on YouTube services?

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