Friday, June 22, 2018

My Recent Experience On

"My recent youtube experience."
Recently I was posting a video to Youtube, this was up to no longer ago than the last four years including recently. Anyway, I don't post my videos to Youtube or use the service for my own stuff because it's biased and other users cheat to get high play counts, which I will explain.

So because of the cheating users and the biased page I don't use it for my own stuff, I just use it to watch videos and share content that I like on my pages.

Plus, that it a business and in fact the business is Google. 

So a while ago I was looking at Youtube and it also happened recently. 

I was looking at the other Youtube user pages and they were all posting music videos and "full album rips" to their pages without anyone saying anything, then Youtube was running advertisements on the content.

So I did the same thing as the other users just to test how the page works, so I posted a full album rip on my page and then I got a copyright infringement notice, so I deleted my account. This was like upwards to four years ago.

Then the notice came from the record label owner through Youtube, then later the same full album rip was posted on the record label page.

So I couldn't be bothered even using the site to post videos because one gets a copyright infringement notice and others don't and you don't know what video is going to generate that on the page so it's a waste of time even bothering to try and use it for that.

So if you're posting full album rips or other people's videos on your page it's a total waste of time because you don't know what will generate a copyright infringement notice, then they only give you three chances and then kick you off the page.

Their whole business is based on selling advertising on free content, then if you want to male a "cool" homemade video page on it it takes you like six million hours to rip and encode all those videos and upload them to youtube then if you get three notices they kick you off and delete your page.

That's why I don't use it, because it's a total waste of time because you don't know what video will get the complaints.

So when I see youtube I see people posting full album rips, videos and live bootlegs on their own pages , then I want to make the same kind of page because their all doing it on their and mine gets deleted.

That's the biggest piss off you can ever get on their.

So why does that happen, well I came up with an explanation based on experiences like that.

The other people with the pages of full album rips are staff of the record labels.

That should be illegal on the page.

The record label posts the official videos on their page, then they have a group of users off site pretending to be regular users.

Then the people from the record label off site make accounts and pretend to be regular users and then they post all the copyrighted material from the record labels.

Then they don't say anything and that's where those pages come from with copyrighted material.

Keep in mind now there are regular users posting copyrighted material openly then Youtube posts advertisements on it, that's illegal and is megaupload.  

Then this is the part where they piss everyone off and it's a scam.

This is sort of long.

The record label posts their official videos.

"Regular Users"  posts all the bootlegs and album rips...THEY WORK FOR THE RECORD LABEL.

Then the record label allows them to keep the page up, then they advertise and sell stuff on it.

Those smaller pages look like people at home using the page but they are not, you can prove this by verifying their copyright policies on youtube.

Then it looks like tons of users at home making videos and they get millions of hits on youtube. First, those are over inflated numbers.

So you at home can't get high play counts, then the other people have over inflated numbers.

They have people at home off site in another business playing those videos at home to get the play counts up, that's they only way they can do that. 

Plus, there is no way a site as small as Youtube can get those super high play counts on their videos.

 No, they are paying people to play them around the clock to get the play counts up.

Right, a Death Metal band can't sell 10,000 albums but their video has 25 Million Plays on youtube, then their record label doesn't even have one million customers.

No those numbers are fake, that's one of the main reasons I don't use youtube is because of the fake play count numbers

Then this is where I get in an argument with them here at home every time I use their user content pages. 

It's exactly the same model on wikipedia.

The "lower" users pretend to be home users and then they get permission form the labels and post copyrighted videos, that should be illegal and it probably is plus it's a scam.

Then you "think" they are other home users but they are really record label people just pretending.

Then you copy their pages and they kick you off youtube.

So when you copy others users on youtube they kick you off the page, then they let the other people keep doing it because they are really record label staff, FUCK YOU!

Then the "fake users" are really record label staff and are on a home account or remote business location then they post "full album rips" and copyrighted videos at home. Then they get millions of plays.

No they just work for the record label and they all play their own videos nonstop to get their playcounts.

Those are FAKE USERS on Youtube and they should be kicked off.

Record labels should NOT BE ALLOWED to have fake users working for them on youtube and posting album rips under their home name.

Then they pay them or something to inflate play counts.

Then youtube sells advertising on the videos, that is a scam and is megaupload. 

PLUS, this makes you even more mad....then the label has fake users setup on youtube using their content with "secret permission" (then if you post the same at home youtube kicks you off the page) , then they artificially inflate the play counts by playing them nonstop and then the label itself....they post advertisements on the fake user pages.


So the label sets up fake user accounts and they look like people at home.

That is probably illegal anyway.

Yeah, the Record Labels should be kicked off Youtube.

That's why Youtube sucks, it's a spam page and all copyright infringement on it with ads on it and has scams all over it.

You can verify all this and I will show you the example.

So, the fake users for the record label they post tons of copyrighted videos and they never get removed, that's because they have secret permission.

Then this is where I go to their company and start complaining.

If you post an album rip on youtube on yourpage all the fake users start flaming you and complaining to youtube and ratting you out to get you kicked off.




How do you know they are doing that, well it's the only explanation. Record labels don't have the resources to screen millions of home users.

They are using the "scum" of the internet to do it.

So the "scum" at home or in an off site business location they are the fake users.

Then they "get to post all the albums rips" on their youtube pages, as fake users with permission from the label.

Then they sit there all day watching videos to see if anyone else posts "their" content pretending to be home users.

Then if you at home post a video just to be cool the fake users see you and all flame your page and get you kicked off.

They are the biggest scum on the internet. 

They do that just tor ruin your youtube account, then everyone thinks they are "right cool" on youtube and then they post all the cool videos showing off for all the kids at home so people will think they are popular on social media pages with their album rips and stuff.

No kids, they are NOT cool.

That is a scam and is illegal anyway.

Then the fake users pretending to be cool on youtube, they all flame your real page to get you at home the real cool people kicked off youtube.

That's because it's cool to post album rips on youtube at home and get millions of plays on your personal webpage but it's NOT cool to work for a record label and have secret permission to post content and then flame all the home user to ruin their accounts and get them kicked off the page.

No, they are losers.

They are the fake users pretending to be cool on youtube by getting millions of plays on copyrighted material that they don't own.

No, in fact they are a group of people who have permission from the label to post their content and then they pretend to by the kids at home being cool on the internet, when if fact they are scum and are a megaupload type internet group or something that flame home users for copying their pages.

Then the home user flips out when their page gets deleted not knowing the other people who did the same thing as them worked for the label.

This is the point.


This is what that is illegal, they are pretending to be home users and posting copyrighted material in secret posing as a kid at home.


They have to say on the youtube page that they "have permission to post the material from the label".

The label can't say that to them in secret, then block it from the public.

This is why.

Doing that makes home users think they are allowed to post the material.

Companies can't say that one home user is allowed to post the video and the other isn't.

To do that they have to say on the home user page that they have permission.

100 people post the same videos, but only one had permission in secret from the label.

99 people got kicked off youtube and 1 didn't.

The one that didn't had "secret permission" from the label so they kept their account.


Youtube can't kick 99 users off the page without telling them why, but they do.

Then everyone says "they let that guy stay on though."

That's because he has "secret permission" , that means he is a FAKE USER from the record label.


That should get the record label kicked off the page.


The one user that stayed up didn't have it posted on the page that they worked for the label and had permission and millions of plays.



Youtube can't hide that in secret and kick the other users off but they are, that is GOOGLE and ANDROID.



They have to say on the home user youtube account that the video was "posted with permission from the label" or the copyright on the video is NOT VALID.

So if you see a "full album rip" with millions of plays that never goes down, they might work for the label and have "secret permission".

Well secret permission doesn't count it has to be public permission.

That's because if the label let one person do that on youtube then ANYONE can post it the same and no one is allowed stopping you.

That's because the label didn't declare the copyright on the page.

If the label doesn't declare the copyright on the user page everyone is allowed posting the same video.

They can't discriminate individual users by saying the others have "secret permission".

If the label allows one user to do that in secret then everyone is allowed doing it.

That's because the labels copyright claim is NOT VALID when they complain to youtube about your video.

That's because your account is the same as the other account, youtube can't say that your's can't be on the page but the other persons can because they have "secret permission" then they don't tell you and kick you off the page.

Then the fucking pricks go, then you only get three chances...fuck you. Meaning as soon as you start posting you lose your account.


Then they don't tell you that the other person has secret permission.


That is because youtube is a SCAM and is MEGAUPLOAD.

They have to say on the user page that they have permission from the label or their copyright claim is not valid at the label.

If they set it up as an open user with no copyright claim then anyone can post it on the page.

That means the label has made the video open to post on the internet.

They can't secretly block it.

Then they try and secretly claim their copyright working out back with youtube. THAT IS ILLEGAL.

No, to claim your copyright their has to be PUBLIC NOTICE or anyone can use the video.

That is the biggest and most biased scam on the internet against home users.

 *note: to be fair, some songs they allow you to publish on your page. 

Then others are blocked, anyone using them on Youtube has gotten permission from the label.

If you find a blocked song from home users on Youtube and someone outside the label pages is using it then they have permission from the label.

Then when you look at their user pages they have NO COPYRIGHT NOTICE POSTED.

That means that their copyright claim from the label that you can't use the song is NOT VALID.

If youtube kicks you off for posting the video then that is illegal for them to do that.

You can sue them for that, plus it's a scam and they could be shut down.

Personally, I think the whole Google Plus and Android network is going to fail and be bought by some other business and go back to a regular page.

Anyway, the whole network is public domain and user conent.

Here is the example:

Lady Gaga.

Lady Gaga songs are blocked on youtube from home users,

Then if you go to Lady Gaga covers songs home users are making cover songs and posting them and getting millions of hits and they don't get taken down.

That's because they have "secret permission" (keep in mind these things they are saying are imaginary terms like "secret permission").

Then on their user page they did not claim the copyright in public.

That means the labels copyright claim is NOT VALID on the song and anyone can now use it on youtube.

If they kick you off at home for using it that is illegal.

The label has to claim the copyright on the user page.

That means that the cover song page is a FAKE USER from the record label.

Those people posting cover songs of banned songs on youtube for public use are record label people using their home names and using fake accounts.

Label's can't claim their copyrights in secret "out back" and give "secret permission" to fake users in collaboration in secret with youtube.

That is illegal.

The fake user from the label has to claim the copyright on their home user page or anyone can copy it.


Claiming the copyright in public on the user page tells the public that they can't use the song.

Then the label pretends to be the public using the song to look cool as a home user , then they don't claim their copyright in public on the fake user page.

Then they try and enforce the copyright out back with youtube by discriminating against home users one at a time working with the label, youtube staff and other fake users in a group of people flaming home users to get their accounts kicked off the page.

So you go to youtube and start using the page like everyone else does in public and then all these people come on your page and start yelling at you and flaming you, then they start disliking your video and making rude comments on the page, then they start complaining to the record label.

Then the record label starts complaining to youtube and youtube starts sending you copyright infringement notices and yelling at you and then kicks you off the site in one second.

That is the same as wikipedia and also in the google network with android. That is why you can't get your wikipeda page up either.

Anything on those sites is totally meaningless anyway because it's all user content and their policies are fake businesses on the internet.

The point there is anything they posted on youtube is open for anyone else to use on youtube on the page, like public domain only on yourtube.

That's because the companies never declared their copyright ownership on the website.

Then they try to claim their copyrights "out back" and with fake users on youtube flaming the public and yelling at home uploaders in a scam.

According to youtube's own policy all the labels and fake users doing that should be kicked off.

Then they don't kick them off because they are working with them for their content, then they place ads on it and sell their video downloads like on Netflix.

Anyone on youtube with a magazine like setup for content and posting blocked videos from record labels in magazine format and not claiming copyrights are fake users from record labels and businesses.

They don't post copyright ownership in public, so they are a fake user. "Out back permission" doesn't count for copyrights, IT HAS TO BE PUBLIC.

When you enforce copyright laws to youtube's model what it spits out is that Youtube is an "Open Domain Website" meaning that anything posted on youtube is available for anyone else to use on youtube, which is what the site should be.  

Then youtube itself tries to keep all the open domain content for itself and make money off the labels and businesses by kicking off home user accounts and keeping the open domain content for themselves, like they did on google with the Linux on the Android Phone.

So google and youtube, is all free open content and then they try and keep it for themselves for their business and then on youtube they kick off home users for doing the same thing just like they do on wikipedia.

The point here this is Google, Android and Youtube.

Then they stole people's trade mark's on the search page google and pointed them to their pages in a redirect.

Then they use the trademark terms on youtube on the owners content to sell advertisements like Nurtisystem.

So when you are using the google plus network...Google, Android, Youtube, Wikipedia..that is a dead business made of user content.

The Google Plus business network is dead because there is no way they can continue to operate going into the future because they are in violation of every copyright law in the books and it's all open content.

Businesses not claiming their copyrights on youtube fake user pages make it open content on the website.

Youtube then tries to "own it in secret out back with the business" to make money by kicking off home users off the public content if they don't work in secret for their business partners like record labels.

All that is illegal.

That is so illegal that in fact I believe that all the business and record labels participating in that scam with google have voided their copyrights.

My opinion is that record labels have ruined their copyright ownership on the songs on youtube and they have been  "expunged" into the public domain for improper use.

Record labels doing that practice with youtube and google may have in fact expunged their copyrights. That would mean anyone can press their albums in the public domain.

For example, a record label did that on you tube.

In your opinion that means they have expunged their copyrights.

Then you press their albums and start selling them because of their forfeited rights.

When the label sues you for copyright infringement , you plead "not guilty" and show the court what they did on youtube to expunge their copyrights.

That would be your court defense.

Then the judge would have to rule if the record label did in fact expunge their copyrights or not.

However, the court can't say that they aren't doing that on youtube because they are.

Then you never know how the Supreme Court will rule on the issue.

My ruling would be that they expunged their copyrights and that youtube is a public domain website and anything on it is available for any other users. Which is what it should be anyway.

The Supreme Court may not agree with me on all those things that I want, they might want to make some kind of ruling out of it with clauses and amendments and stuff for some copyright policy.

Then they would made a big law book on how to resolve matters like that for copyrights on the internet.

For me, I would just let anyone use anything posted on youtube for anything they want, only on youtube, then expunge all the businesses copyrights who did that for participating in the megaupload scam on youtube and release their materials to the public domain.

Anyway doing that and taking them to court to print their copyrights would take many years and millions and millions of dollars to resolve. That would not be a small task.

Two more things.

Google is not a public search engine anymore it's a business.

When you search google now it's the Google Plus network and Android and Youtube, so you are searching a business now not the public.

Then they filter your searches and place their pages at the top.

So you are using the Android and Youtube (that is their money) search engine.

Google is the search engine for android and youtube now, so you see their business and partners listed first. That is not the regular internet, that is a search engine at a business page now not the public search engine.

So you are logging onto a business to search, not the public. You see their results first. It's fucking stupid. 

Then here is the BIGGEST PISS OFF OF ALL.

The open content on Youtube they try and block it from use for home users and try and own it.

Again, why?

The public youtube content is ALL THEIR VIDEOS FOR THE ANDROID PHONE.

That is one of the things I hate the most.

Google uses the Youtube content as their material for the Android Linux Phone and Phone Apps.



Then they try and block home users with "secret polices" for copyrights that they are just making up and aren't real so they can keep the public video content for themselves to make money on Android from people buying phone and video content on youtube while they block home users in a scam.

I like the Youtube content though, but they are illegal.

When the Google Plus network closes it should be make into a free site that anyone can use in the public and then preserve the youtube content for home users and then kick all the bushiness off the page from the scam so anyone can use the content. 

If it's posted on there anyone should be able to use it just on that page, they can't claim it in secret it has to be in the public and fair.


This is just a small point of annoyance for me or a "pain point" they call it.

On youtube it says "video blocked in certain countries".

They they go "Not available in Canada or United States"

Or they go only available in "England and Germany."

Then when you look the people posting the videos in England and Germany where you can see it are the fake users from the record label with no copyright notice posted.

Then the other is every Country except Canada and United States, then the ones posting it everwhere else are the fake users from record labels and flaming everyone else to get their videos removed while not posting the copyright of permission on their page.


You are all posers and are "not cool" you are just showing off with your fake label user page and pretending to be cool people like in the public but you are not, you are scum.

You are going to get kicked off youtube and lose your play counts then your record label practices and your scum network annoying us on Youtube from your megaupload page will be banned from the internet.


That is all.



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