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“There is some evidence that Youtubers are employees”

8 August 2019


Is YouTube compliant with regulation regarding employment classification and data protection? What are the potential signs that Youtubers could be “falsely self employed”? What would be the consequences if this turns out to be the case? And what should policy makers do to better protect platform workers? Lawyer Thomas Klebe of the Hugo Sinzheimer Institute for Labour Law, associated with the Hans Böckler Foundation, has answered these questions in an interview:

Read the interview (currently only available in German) →