The sting operations were recorded and posted to YouTube. Police failed to identify any of the guys nabbed by the duo (did they try?), and the heroes had to take down the YouTube videos so as not to be charged (for what?).
Why does YouTube delete videos and terminate accounts of people who upload news videos? The news stations themselves are allowed to show it on TV and their YT Channels... what happened to the FAIR USE ACT??
Three out of five of hese videos were rejected due to INAPPROPRIATE CONTENT:
The British government has bad news for extremists and the Qaeda-curious: It might get a tiny bit less convenient for you to access videos of your favorite jihadi media.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that YouTube has begun removing videos featuring the extremist cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, following complaints from the British government to the White House about the content.
Was listening to Monday's show's discussion with regards to IP and alternative distribution, and profiting from you "intellectual" work.
This is actually a friend of mine, who, once homeless, now brings in 6 figures from his viral videos via YouTube.
Just shows how you can make money by distributing your content at now cost to the end user.
"CityNews reporter Peter Kim explains how the once-homeless 25 year-old became an internet sensation."
"St. Catharines man turns viral videos into 6 figure salary."
YouTube has summarily rejected 2 Concord, NH videos from 11/13/2010 exposing government violence, following government complaints that said violence -- and its perpetrators -- shouldn't be exposed. These videos were taken during the Chalking arrests at the Federal courthouse in Concord NH.
Between SOPA and NDAA battle lines are being drawn across the Internet and this week it appears that web giant Google is standing by their unofficial corporate motto, “don’t be evil.” In their recent Transparency Report reflecting the time from January to June, 2011 they revealed their refusal to comply with law enforcement requests to block videos of police brutality on YouTube
Needless to say, there were a lot of videos of police misconduct released this year and that appears to be a trend due to a combination of the diligence of a populous armed with now-commonplace hand-held video technology and the expansion of surveillance and on-board dashcams in police vehicles.
There’s this meme floating around on YouTube. There’s these videos satirizing the ridiculous things people say, usually broken down by demographic. What I’m not seeing is a lot of liberty themed “Shit People Say” videos. So, I’m going to give you a little incentive. I’d like to see some good “Shit Statists Say” videos or “Shit Ben Bernanke Says” videos. I don’t want to limit you. Feel free to get creative. I’m partial to funny hats.