Maybe you should read youtubes terms of service. Then you'd realize they can remove whatever they want whenever they want without telling you why. If you bothered to read that too you'd know what kind of actions you can take if you feel that your submissions have been unfairly removed, instead of coming here bawwwwwing about it.
I'm not talking about the FAQ, I'm talking about the terms of service, the thing you said you agreed to in order to use the site, the one you probably agreed to without ever reading. It's all in there, I know, I've read it.
what if i try to make it more friendly??? im so sure it was a misunderstanding...i got it reppealed actually. but I dont know what my boundries are because i've seen SO much worse and they didnt tell me what exactly I did wrong...i don't know what i should allow for my next video now
Disclaiming something in your description means nothing in legal terms. It's like if you drove away someone's car and when the police arrested you, you said "I don't own this car and I'm not making any money off of it".
They can't "sense" it. The people who get away with it just happen to be using copyrighted property that belongs to a company who doesn't care, or they happen to have slid under the radar. It's sort of like saying red socks are lucky because someone happened to win the lottery while wearing them.
they can though...if you upload a video with music in it it will say that there's copyrighted content and even put the name of the song for you! I didn't know they could do that or had a way of telling! i guess its only a problem if the company comes at you....I dont know. its just a little show I wish artists could just be happy with someone not taking credit for their work
Then they probably have a specific song file in their database where if your soundtrack matches, they'll prevent you from uploading it. There's so many different versions of the same song nowadays though that it can't catch everything.
I know it's not really fair, but there's no point arguing about it. Most of the times it isn't even the artist that cares, but the record label they're signed under. Record labels are the ones that make a big deal about pirating, since they're the ones losing the most money out of it.
I know...well thats diffferent. thats medical I guess. um this was for entertainment but it wasnt anything extreme :/ plu I thought cartoons were more leanant with stuff like that on southpark they show more and that's public TV