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Re: [TCML] Theft of YouTube Videos

Yea this is lame, 
I had this happen to me with my fusor video once, I went around and around with the guy in youtube messages (who also happened to have a foreign name, as is in this case as well), He argued that my video got more views that it would have otherwise because his channel had a wide viewer base and after many days of emailing back and forth absolutely could not comprehend the simple concept that what he had done was wrong, and that he should have asked my permission to post my video. 
sigh..I just gave up, it was like talking to a brick wall. 

Although He must have gotten in trouble at some point, because I cant find the video now. 

John "Jay" Howson IV 

"Why thank you, I will be happy to take those electrons off your hands." 

----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil Tuck" <phil@xxxxxxxxxxx> 
To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx 
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2013 7:28:25 AM 
Subject: [TCML] Theft of YouTube Videos 

Don't wish to wander OT here but: anyone with a video on YouTube of their 
coil - be vigilant. 
How's this for a cheek: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0ANNKQIiNk 
Not only does he steal Kevin's video, but for the description he then cuts & 
pastes multiple descriptions from other coils, that are on YouTube, in an 
effort to attract viewings based on a search result. 
Getting YouTube to remove anything can be like having teeth extracted, 
unless it's a copyrighted music track. 

Phil Tuck 


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