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Youtube changes Content ID claims system

Posted 04/28 20:20 in Mobile | 0comments

Youtube changes Content ID claims system

Up until now, Content ID claims could be placed on any video and the video creator would lose the revenue while the claim was being looked at.This was usually at a time when the video was getting the most hits and generating the most revenue.

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YouTubers TmarTn and Syndicate caught shilling their own CS:GO betting site

Posted 07/04 07:34 in Mobile | 0comments

YouTubers TmarTn and Syndicate caught shilling their own CS:GO betting site

In their videos, Martin and Cassell (the site co-owners) pretended to have ‘discovered’ csgolotto and then depicted themselves making sizeable wins, urging viewers to try the same thing for themselves.His video (also posted below), uploaded 3 July, provides credit to those who dug up the original company ownership documents and exposed the deception, and offers an informative overview on the topic of CS:GO gambling.

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Game Attorney Morrison - more YouTubers have CS:GO gambling equity

Posted 07/05 18:50 in Mobile | 0comments

Game Attorney Morrison - more YouTubers have CS:GO gambling equity

The fallout from revelations about undisclosed CS:GO gambling site ownership seem set to continue, as Ryan ‘Video Game Attorney’ Morrison says he has “more proof” of YouTubers engaged in this practice.It emerged over Sunday that Trevor ‘TmarTn’ Martin and Tom ‘ProSyndicate’ Cassell (already cited in two prior FTC cases) had not disclosed ownership of the site CSGOLotto while actively promoting it to their young audience.

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YouTube sparks confusion with “not advertiser-friendly” flags

Posted 09/01 06:18 in Mobile | 0comments

YouTube sparks confusion with “not advertiser-friendly” flags

There’s much astir in the world of YouTube with either new or newly-worded (it’s not quite clear yet) guidelines over the contents of videos.Popular YouTube characters (both in and outside of videogames) have been hit with flags that their video(s) are no longer receiving ad revenue because they contain “content that might not be appropriate for advertising”.

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YouTube statement: No policy change on advertiser-friendly flags

Posted 09/01 18:41 in Mobile | 0comments

YouTube statement: No policy change on advertiser-friendly flags

Uncertainty reigned in the land of YouTube last night over “advertiser-friendly” video flags, but a statement received by PC Invasion from the company today says this policy is not new and has not significantly changed.This appears to be the same reassurance received (and quoted in the prior article) by Arin Hanson of GameGrumps, as it follows similar lines.

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