Friday December 13, 2013

YouTube Copyright Policy Threatens Game Critics' Livelihood?

If I understand this correctly, people that have been making money off YouTube videos are mad that recent changes to the company's copyright policy is hindering their ability to make money. Well, here's an easy your own servers, host your own content, sell your own ads and let your lawyers deal with all the copyright claims. Seriously, If you make a living hanging on the YouTube tit, don't get mad when the milk dries up.

Vargas, who has 1.1 million subscribers and more than 400 videos on the service, fulminated about YouTube, video game publishers and other copyright holders in an 18-minute rant (above), saying YouTube's recent crackdown threatens the livelihood he built from nothing back in 2009.