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CrazyRussianHacker, Plagiarist and DMCA abuser! #WTFU
.youtube.com/results?search_query=fair+use // .youtube.com/results?search_query=DMCA // So when I first made a video showing that CrazyRussianHackers idea about using dry ice for an air conditioner was basically suicidal, I really didnt think anything would come of it. Then recently he filed a DMCA takedown of my video. This resulted in a strike against my account and me losing access to certain features.

Now thats a special brand of idiot who makes a video about a suicidal way to chill the air, then files a baseless copyright takedown of the only warning about how dumb that idea is. Especially against a guy like me who has a history of fighting DMCA abuse! [ people have yet to be sued in court for DMCA abuse, it is a felony ]
YouTube  DMCA  Content  ID  fair  use  MPAA  RIAA  abuse  Intellectual  Property  Rights  copyright  laws  copyright  infringement  copyright  Creative  Commons  Music  Industry  Hollywood 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Everything Thats Wrong With Youtube (Part1/2) - Copyright, Reactions and Fanboyism
Everything Thats Wrong With Youtube (Part2/2) - The Community Guidelines - youtu.be/sF2tCY281Rk //&! Prank Channels = AIDS - youtu.be/uq2rF0e-wCQ //&! Why I Hate Prank Channels - youtu.be/95flK-IZDYg //&! 4 Huge Youtube Channels ANYONE Could Have Made - youtu.be/jdyiZSPYm9s
YouTube  creative  destruction  fair  use  DMCA  Content  ID  copyright  laws  Platform  TOS 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Fine Brothers spark fury with YouTube trademark attempt - BBC News
[ protecting an entertainment format - old school TV. YT goes TV. ] 2015 applied to trademark terms "Kids React", "Adults React" & "Celebrities React", as well as the word "react" itself, which could be used to form new variations of the format. [...] a licensing scheme called React World, which they said would let other video-makers use the "react" title and assets such as their graphics and music. But the plan was negatively received by the YouTube community because so many people already make similar reaction-based videos online, using the word "react" in the title. "They had a bunch of trademarks already and nobody minded," said Jon, a YouTuber from Many A True Nerd. "But the moment they got to just the word 'react', it was just too commonly used. "People aren't sure whether they will fall foul of the trademark. "As creators, we have sympathy that you want to protect your content from being stolen - but in this case it's too far," he told the BBC. & bit.ly/1JWHDXd backing-off
trademark  copyright  copyright  infringement  creative  creativity  creative  destruction  bootleg  license  rights  holder  The  Content  Wars  intellectual  property  intellectualproperty  IP  YouTube  Content  ID  Commons 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Google offers YouTube copyright support - BBC News
YouTube owner Google says it will help fund up to $1m (£650,000) in legal fees for some content creators who have received copyright takedown notices. It will step in if it feels their material is considered to be fair use. However the firm admitted that only a handful of people have been chosen to benefit from this support. Copyright holders are able to make requests to Google - or other sites - to take down content under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). However there are exceptions to the law, which vary around the world but can include the use of other material for the purposes of commentary and parody. If a small portion of somebody else's work is used in this context, or in news reporting or for teaching purposes in the US, it can be exempt from copyright legislation.
fair  use  Remix  Culture  copyright  copyright  infringement  YouTube  Content  ID  DMCA  Google  Inc.  Creative  Commons 
november 2015 by asterisk2a
Those YouTube Promo Plans Are A Lot More Common Than You Might Think
But it's something of a necessary evil, he continues. With copyright issues and the struggle to remain relevant amongst the sea of other YouTubers trying to get their Let's Plays noticed, a cushy bonus like a few extra bucks per thousand views could feel like a good deal. And so Boogie warns to take the videos you see with a grain of salt, because these kinds of deals are fairly widespread within the community. And despite many of these contracts necessitating a disclosure of the agreement in the descriptions of these videos, not every YouTuber is as open about the deals they make, Boogie says.
YouTube  MCN  Entertainment  Industry  Hollywood  copyright  copyright  infringement  Content  ID  Google  MPAA  RIAA  Let's  Play  transparency  Maker  Studios  Machinima  Remix  Culture  internet  meritocratic  meritocracy  democracy  democratisation  Net  Neutrality  economics  of  abundance  abundance  relevance  value  creation  added  value  Gary  Vaynerchuk  personal  brand  brand  brands  branding 
january 2014 by asterisk2a
FUCK CONTENT ID | Dan Bull's YouTube diss track - YouTube
"Grey Suits without accountability made decisions." >> did every anybody get fired over this? >> if people submit gif - basically its a copyright infringement. ... but nobody makes money off gif or watches movies in gif form. double standard. + http://kotaku.com/clueless-youtube-copyright-bots-think-gta-sirens-are-a-1487190437 + http://kotaku.com/youtubes-copyright-crackdown-simple-answers-to-compli-1485999937 "It's a 90-second clip from it. But that's more than YouTube's database needs to see to know I've taken something I have no right to rebroadcast or republish and put it on their system. It doesn't really matter to me, though, as I'm not selling ads on it. But this is an example of the content match in action: The video's still up, still viewable, I'm not being sued and my channel hasn't been banned."
YouTube  Content  ID  community  PR  Google  Google+  distribution  creator  monetization  Adsense  digital  RIAA  MPAA  copyright  infringement  copyright  Politics  fairuse  Remix  Culture  internet  gif  Tumblr  Twitter  Facebook  double-standard  disaster  MCN  YouTube  Network  corporate  governance  accountability  transparency  interest  groups  lobby  distribution  digital  artist  digital  economy  digital  natives 
january 2014 by asterisk2a

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