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Youtube Screwing channels again, Entire channels get demonetized

Discussion in 'YouTube Video Monetization & Partnership Forum' started by ZanarAesthetics, Jun 9, 2018.

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    So recently Youtube invented another way to screw up creators, this time they suspend monetization at random, because of "duplication" so far I heard of 2 such cases in 1 day... and without even actually doing any research whether more fell victim of it.

    1 of the Youtubers is called Mathchief with over 500k+ subscribers, he reuploads gameplays and game trailers, yes he copies videos but Publishers actually dont mind that, they want youtubers to reupload their game trailers for more recognition and fame, there's lots of channels that do that and are fine, while this guy had his monetization on whole channel suspended. Another 1 is youtber with over 100k+ subscribers which only created his own videos with his own equipment and he made a thread here on YTTalk. Youtube just seems to be getting worse by the day, such an unstable platform that is slowly burying itself, I just cant wait at this point for a Youtube competitive platform, maybe Youtube will then care about it's creators more
     
  2. Primink
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    The first youtuber, as you said, is uploading footage that he does not own. He could claim that he has been given rights to use this footage, but in reality one of the original owners probably claimed so many of his videos that the channel lost the ability to monetize. Not youtubes fault.
    If you link me the other channel, I could probably tell you why he lost monitization also.
    I'm not one to defend youtube, as they've been being self destructive in the last few years, but you can't blame youtube from taking away monitization when all you upload is other peoples content.
     
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    That was good move by YoutUbe and that channel was quite correctly demonetized.
     
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    what about other channels that also have 90% of videos which are re-uploads and only 10% of videos are theirs? like Mkiceandfire, Play4GamesHD, etc?
     
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    By all means report them. But just because you can find other people breaking the rules, that doesn't mean you get to. Where do people get that idiotic idea?
     
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    Im not as much of an a$$hole to report / snitch on people for re-uploading videos which aren't even mine, out of sheer jealousy that they earn money or get views from that. Also it's not breaking the rules because the rules state you shouldn't re-upload videos without permission from owner, if gaming company's are ok with you re-uploading their footage (and most of them are as they get more recognition, which improve popularity and sales) then there's nothing wrong with it, and if they are against it they can always file a takedown
     
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    Why not? Because you actually agreed that you would do that (report rule breakers) when you signed up for an account with YouTube. Why would you let people screw others over?
     
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    You are not allowed to report copyright if you are not an owner or his representative.
    If you want to help the real owner inform him about stolen video.
     
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    Pretty sure Mkiceandfire records 90% of his contents and only posts 10% duplicate contents like trailers. Because a lot of times he posts videos way before other people have them (like before a game is even out to the public) so he can't be stealing other people's contents. Anyway just clearing that up.
     
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    How do you know they are ok? Because they are not issuing strikes?
    You need to stop assuming they consent to the uploads and instead seek permission to upload
     
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