8/31/2009 4:21pm, #31
BTW that video was apparently slowed down because he was so fast.
8/31/2009 7:32pm, #32
Look at your OP again.
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So do that, and then wait.
Edit: Also, double-check with Sam that "mistake" in #4 covers fair use (specifically parody).
9/02/2009 5:12am, #33
- Join Date
- Oct 2008
Disclaimer: Not being an American, my knowledge regarding the Constitution + Amendments is dodgy to say the least...
9/02/2009 8:47am, #34
9/02/2009 8:51am, #35
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Even in the Just-Sue nightmare that is the UK, parody and satire are seen as reasonable defences against libel and copyright infringement. Phrost might want a word with m'learned (American) friends, not just on the matter of the videos, but also YouTube's conduct
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9/02/2009 8:58am, #36
If it is then it means that phrost can host those videos on Bullshido if he wants.
However if youtube decide to take them down, it's their servers, they can do what they like, it's not a public service provided by the government.
It's a bit like arguing that Phrost et al can't delete someones post on Bullshido as they have freedom of speech etc.
9/02/2009 1:07pm, #37
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9/02/2009 1:09pm, #38
You know the terms and conditions you agree to when you join?
Of course there is consideration. Users get to enjoy the forum of videos. Youtube gets ad exposure.
9/02/2009 1:15pm, #39
Ultimately none of his pissing and moaning about this matters because I'll have the video hosted here locally and he SifuItch can just try and come after us.
Also, I'm thinking we should probably look into his situation a bit more if this is how he behaves when someone cracks a joke at his expense.
9/02/2009 1:38pm, #40
at the end of the day, you have no particular right to post on youtube. They don't need grounds to remove anything their server. That's juts how it works.