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Got A Copyright Claim NOT From The Copyright Holder? Read This

Discussion in 'Copyright, Claims, Strikes & Legal Discussion' started by Tarmack, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. ricktheruler
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    Hello... I have a question here. I'm from Croatia and I'm doing video essays on Croatian for a geek site from my country. The video contains my audio commentary about the live-action movie trailer, whitewashing, Hollywood and anime, the importance of GITS, themes of GITS and stuff. Two copyright claims were made and I have question about both of them.

    The first was made by Starz Media LLC which is actually a copyright holder for GITS anime in USA as far as I can tell. They didn't remove my video, but it's blocked in the U.S. Should I react? I mean, video essays are fair use? There are lots of channels like that on YouTube who earn money so I think they are, and I have no trouble with Paramount/Dreamworks for that video about using the footage from the live-action movie trailer. Should I file a dispute? This is offtopic, I know, I'm sorry, but the second one isn't and while I'm at that, I figured it would be easier to discuss it here.

    The second claim was made by a network called Sevenlundus Company, to be more precise, by a specific gaming channel (!) called La Gamerteca which is on Spanish. There's NO WAY they hold any rights. I'm considering filing a dispute, but what should I write?

    I hope someone will understand my problems here. Thank you. :)
     
  2. doncorleone
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    this is newbie friendly , thanks!
     

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