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ame wrote: October 26th, 2020, 5:09 pm are you sure that YT actually deleted the videos? :puzzled:

i don't believe so. i think that they only disabled the links to the videos as well as they disabled your account. i'm almost certain that they still have everything on storage but they are out of the public's reach.
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Of course I keep trying. But right now there is nothing I can do. I'll try it again in a week.

I don't belive either, that the videos were deleted . I have access to the YT channel on my mobile phone. But for me the videos are "temporarily" not to be seen. I read this when I go to my channel.

A YouTube Help Forum (google support) gave me the idea to check my cell phone. A Member wrote that he has been blocked for years because of copyright infringement. But he has access to his channel. He can upload videos, ect ... there is also a proof!

Because of this, I can be reached again, but without a channel.I deleted and reinstalled my youtube app. so I lost the content on this app.

It's in German. Whoever wants can translate it.
https://support.google.com/youtube/thread/6237452?hl=de
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In the gray area: stream ripping and converting

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When are downloads legal?
The legal situation for stream ripping and converter programs is less clear. Stream ripping, i.e. the recording of audio or video streams, is particularly popular with music and can be both legal and illegal. That depends on what content is being recorded. If the original stream is already legally controversial, the recording cannot be legal either. If, on the other hand, you record content that you can legally listen to or watch, for example from Internet radio, then it is no different than if you used to record radio on cassette or a TV film on video.

Because private copies are still permitted, provided that no effective copy protection is cracked and the template is legal. This means that the original stream must not have been produced in an obviously illegal manner or made available for download on the Internet. The police even expressly advise recording: In the brochure "In the network of the new media" they state as an alternative to file sharing: "Use software programs that enable the recording of pieces of music from Internet radios".

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I am so happy! I can save myself all the work of getting my channel back.
I admit, my motivation wasn't too great. But I got encouragement from many subscribers. They miss my channel. Thanks to all!

It is not enough for someone to withdraw the claim. If there are several providers, then all must agree to take back the violation.

message to me:
Our third party provider has contacted YouTube to formally rescind the copywrite infringement and re-activate your channel. I anticipate this may take some time, but we will reach out to you as soon as we have a response.

Now I will wait patiently. There is no season.. and for me is good to take a break. :D
The sky is full of birds, there is a lot to watch. Yesterday I saw a white tailed eagle. he flew over the Bodden and over my head. It was great!
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wow Liz, that is great news! :headroll:
an eagle was the cherry on the cake. :laugh:
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OMG, I used the wrong thread!
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Rita wrote: November 1st, 2020, 7:02 am :hi: Liz: Oooh, I am so happy for you, have a good day, and looking forward to new videos - just keep away from Melbourne and the like. :mrgreen:

Was it now the Melbourne camera officials who requested the blocking because of violation and who were able to release it again with YouTube? How does one know whether one can record from a camera? Is there some sort of warning? I would be absolutely lost in this video world.
Rita, it's all a bit complicated.
Melbourne Camera is a conservation organization. Operating a camera costs a lot of money.
Like many others, they thought that the videos made me money. I see that in my channel now. I was deprived of the opportunity to make money with these videos. But I never made any money. You don't see that easily.

Anyway, I found and contacted the owner on Facebook.
Here is the link. This is very interesting:
https://www.facebook.com/mirvacresidential

I asked for help and the owner gave me the email address of someone I was in contact with. She was super nice. everyone said that the blocking was not intended.

There are 3 partners who reported the violation (they operate the camera together, (similar to EENet at that time) Each partner had to report the copy right violation. So I had 3 violations, which automatically resulted in a blocking.

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Melbourne Peregrine Falcons :mrgreen: :D :
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So I will continue to do videos from the Camera
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Dear Liz, thank you so much for this background information. Very interesting, but also very complicated. 8-)
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Liz01 wrote: November 1st, 2020, 6:49 am My channel is back online :headroll:
thank you Melbourne :2thumbsup:
This is great and positive news! Congratulations! Image
Your example also shows that the problem can be solved if you actively do it. Well done! You're cool!
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Sonchik wrote: November 1st, 2020, 2:54 pm This is great and positive news! Congratulations! ...
Sonchik, thanks :2thumbsup:
Unfortunately, I'm particularly not a patient person. It took my strength, not to too often be in contact with Jacynta :mrgreen:

I wrote this here so you can see you have a chance ..
But only if you know who caused the blockage.
If I've got up an hour later, I wouldn't have my channel anymore. I wouldn't have seen who requested the blocking.
There are only 2 options - a lawyer, or contacting the people who initiated the blocking. You don't have a chance to contact Youtube.
they are not responsible for copyright infringement. It is a legal matter that can only be resolved with a lawyer.
The YouTube help forums are pointless. They're rather vicious and don't even begin to understand the problem.
But it is also difficult to explain that you don't copy videos from others, but make videos from a live stream.
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I saw in my channel that attempts have been made to accuse me of copying rights infringement since 2016. Someone has a lot of time and stamina.

I don't think everyone has the Creator Studio. :puzzled: I can't remember if I've always had it. There are constant changes.

There is now an update: Infringement of copyrights
You can then click: show affected videos. There were 2. There was no warning ... nothing. That's why I didn't know anything about these events.
It says: This video uses copyrighted material. Therefore, the video cannot be monetized by the uploader.
What carp is that? This is really all about money. I'll say it again, I don't get any money! For not a single video. Why should I take money? To annoy me? To have my channel full of advertising junk? I hate adverts!
I have now deleted these two videos.

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BTW: really bad, I lost my old version for my channel settings. Now I have all the new YouTube garbage.
I now have to read and learn to deal with the new.
Suddenly I could subscribe myself. Something is wrong here. :slap:
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Copyright infringement:
It is tedious to work through laws. :slap:
It seems very easy to report a copyright infringement. YouTube makes it very easy for members. You don't have to prove anything. Just write that someone is using your videos. They block you and you have no chance. The matter automatically goes to court.
Since yesterday I have been writing to all camera owners asking for permission to make videos of their cameras.
It is also arduous work. Camera operators are not camera owners. I will have a lot to do in the next few weeks. Some have already replied. But they need my insurance, that my channel and also the forum, are not commercial.

I can only get approval from anyone who makes videos from different cameras. Nothing will happen to you, if you have a small canal. As soon as you are known, people full of hate and envy will search your channel.
It started for me in July and ended with being blocked by youtube.

BTW: Links and excerpts from academic papers are also copyright infringement. You have to have permission beforehand.

What types of works are copyrighted?

Audiovisual works such as TV shows, films, and online videos
Sound recordings and compositions
Documents such as lecture notes, articles, books, and musical compositions
Visual works such as paintings, posters, and advertisements
Video games and computer software
Stage works such as plays and musicals
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thank you Liz!
you are working a lot with this matter, not only for yourself but also in giving us information on this topic. :thumbs:
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Answer Big Bear Bald Eagle Camera:
It is my understanding that videographers are legally allowed to copy live streams under the copyright doctrine of fair use.
https://cmsimpact.org/code/code-best-pr ... oqOS7013Ng

and here:
https://cmsimpact.org/wp-content/upload ... ir_use.pdf

BTW: That is what I also read on Youtube. But it didn't help me because I couldn't contact youtube.

Fair use on YouTube
Fair use is a legal doctrine that says you can reuse copyright-protected material under certain circumstances without getting permission from the copyright owner.
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/9783148?hl=en

I will still apply for permission from the camera operators. Melbourne's Peregrine Falcons now I have permission :whistling:

BTW:I think it's funny that youtube asks me why my statistics are so bad in October. They make suggestions on how I can improve my performance. :banghead:

2020-11-10 EDIT:
Now I know why it happened. Somebody reported to Melbourne Peregrine Falcon that I am making money with the videos. I will now have this person's name given to me and sue them for lying to my detriment.


Now I have the written permission to make videos from October 1st, 2020. I also asked for a permission for another Yutouberin, Edith P. She gets permission too.
Personally, I'll just make a few more videos. They Nestlings will fledge this week. After that this camera is a thing of the past for me.
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Florinda wrote: November 11th, 2020, 11:11 pm Liz, congratulations !!! I'm very glad!!! :loveshower:
Florinda, thank you! :loveshower:
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