"The content ID issues continue, as one YouTuber has just witnessed a video for a game he made flagged."
to youtube : http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Now then, to all these people who were blaming Sony for The Witness being claimed, you try explaining how someone who created the content in the video can have his own work claimed against him. We're talking about Google here. No, you don't have to tell the content ID system to search out content you submit and flag it. Google is a search engine giant, their search algorithms are likely capable of flagging content based on words, tags, and other criteria that have nothing to do with someone specifically pointing out content to flag. That's why it's automated. Hell, you can use the world PS4 in a tag and have 5 seconds of PS4 footage in a video and it will be flagged WITHOUT Sony's involvement. The content ID program is broken, in a BIG way, and needs a massive overhaul.
Youtube has been on a decline the last few months. It all began with the Google + integration. The annoying pop up each time you login or go there to either sign into your normal Youtube account or sign into your Google + account. It shouldn't ask me every damn time, just once is good enough. The comment section went to hell when the comment section worked perfectly fine before. Now this nonsense. Stop being evil Google.
youtube is getting horrible,i suggest people move to other streaming sites like vimeo and dailymotion Watchmojo.com got their whole channel banned yesterday
I can't imagine what YouTube's excuse would be... "Well, it recognized as having copywritten material by our bot"
this censoring BOT reminds me of SKYNET lol it even destroys its creators
This is what happens when copyright protection becomes largerly automated. You get blanket effects. Never has it been more obvious than the last few weeks. Or... Someone in charge behind the scenes doesn't want the average Joe or Jane to make a living monetizing video while the economy heals. I'm leaning towards the former being true. Gateway MT6706 2008
I actually would be impress if someone could try to defend this. No really I would!
Well, erm, they are obviously, well, ok, um, it has to be.... No, can't do it.
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