8 #fake #copyright claims and my #Younow trolls can't #terminate my #Youtube channel. Now, instead, I am prevented from #upload until the #legal dispute is settled. I won't be able to post on this channel for 2-3 weeks. But can still make comments and look at the channel. This is a little better than full #termination. #stupidtrolls
The Krissy Lynn Bertone email out of Australia has been used almost 15 times to successfully take down my http://www.youtube.com/acumagnet channel twice and currently has disabled my ability to post. This is getting ridiculous. By the looks of things, this copyright troll is not using any kind of YouTube account, otherwise YouTube may be able to terminate their channel. Instead, the troll is referring to some kind of video outside YouTube to use as a claim against my own videos. I’m not sure how that works exactly.
YouTube seems to be taking slow steps in disqualifying the Bertone email, hopefully progressing further to a blacklisting.
Sequence of legal response steps that YouTube takes:
1. Terminate the channel on 3 copyright strikes in 3 months.
a. Return all monetization earnings back to advertisers. Disabling Adsense.
2. Terminate the channel on 3+ or more copyright strikes.
a. Hold the monetization earnings in case the channel gets reinstated again.
3. Disable the uploading feature, but allow channel to remain visible to public.
a. Continue monetization on existing videos.
I can only hope the next step is to invalidate the emails being used to make false copyright illegal claims by the trolls.