YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has written a blog post discussing the impact that the Article 13 legislation that recently passed the EU Parliament would have on creator content found on platforms such as YouTube. She says that the law could block content creators from uploading content to the service and YouTube could be forced to block the EU from viewing current videos on the service. YouTube would be forced to only accept content from large companies as the risk of liability would be too great to allow smaller creators a voice on the platform. She urges content creators to voice their concerns on social media with the hashtag #SaveYourInternet . Article 13 as written threatens to shut down the ability of millions of people -- from creators like you to everyday users -- to upload content to platforms like YouTube. And it threatens to block users in the EU from viewing content that is already live on the channels of creators everywhere. This includes YouTube's incredible video library of educational content, such as language classes, physics tutorials and other how-to's.