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Aug 12, 2021 9:37 AM ET

YouTube – with more than 300 hours of videos uploaded every minute – is among the most famous websites on the internet. Every day, 5 billion videos are viewed from around the globe, with the majority of the audience being between the ages of 18 and 55.


A slow internet connection or temporary unavailability of the internet can spoil the party.

This is why people take the help of Youtube downloaders- so that they can download their favorite videos and watch them later even without an internet connection. Third-party apps are where you can have the greatest influence over online video streaming. Usually, you paste into the software the URL for the YouTube video you like, and it downloads the version of the highest quality it can find.

Now the real question is, is it legal to use Youtube downloaders?

Problems with using YouTube downloader


Youtube is a source of revenue for many artists all around the world and they mostly make money by displaying ads on their videos. Now, if you are using a Youtube downloader and downloading their videos, you are essentially affecting their revenue streams and hindering their progress. That is why downloading a Youtube video is unethical.

Now, coming to the legal side, long debates have been going on about the legality of YouTube downloaders and each one has led to this conclusion: As long as you are converting a Youtube video into mp3 format and using it for personal purposes, you are not doing anything illegal. However, it is illegal to download copyrighted music videos. Whether it is illegal or not is up for debate but one thing is for sure, it is unethical!

With that being said, there few ways to avoid the breach of copyright violation rules of YouTube which are listed as follows:

· Use of VPN, and

· Proxy 

At the end of the day, though, it’s just up to you to determine whether or not you would want to download any videos from YouTube for your own personal use.

Piracy and Copyrights protection

The ease with that you can run into the conflict of copyright rights violation is a major concern when you download YouTube video and use it in your own ventures or for your own benefit. You may believe it’s alright to simply download music and video commercially accessible, but media organizations are not in the business of giving away their products free of charge, and rightfully so.

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