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UFC 246 Twitch Piracy Fail Raises Questions For Amateur Pirates & UFC Alike

This rookie mistake raises questions of how easy it has become for Joe Public to get into live pirate streaming and the possible consequences for those who get into the game without considering their own security. This type of online infringement has traditionally been carried out by ‘professionals’ with experience of obtaining streams and broadcasting them securely but this Twitch debacle is miles apart. But the issues go deeper than that. – Andy, TorrentFreak » https://ift.tt/38n8mcC

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YouTubers are being hijacked for crypto scams

The feed, of course, was a scam—the real CZ wasn’t giving away free Bitcoins. Jicha had received an email to collaborate with Gamegloom.com, a fake site that promised to offer a video-game streaming service (like Google’s Stadia). In the email, Jicha was given an activation key for an application to stream PC games to mobile phones, but it was fake. In fact, Jicha had downloaded a keylogger; a service that tracks all the keys you enter on your computer. – Robert Stevens, Decrypt Media » https://ift.tt/2MTgqcY

YouTube gives creators more control over copyright claim disputes with new update

The new update now lets creators address copyright disputes directly from their digital back-end workspace and gives them the option to trim out the claimed content in question. The “Assisted Trim” option is the biggest feature rolling out with the new Studio update, with the “endpoints of the edit pre-set to where the claimed content appears in the video,” according to a Google product blog. – Julia Alexander, The Verge » https://ift.tt/2SpEjw2

PewDiePie Is the Most-Watched YouTube Creator of 2019 With 4 Billion Views

After PewDiePie, the most-viewed YouTube creators of 2019 are: Brazilian vlogger Felipe Neto (2.8 billion); animation channel Pencilmation (2.8 billion); Dutch gaming creator Jelly (2.5 billion); David Dobrik (2.4 billion); trick-shot artists Dude Perfect (2.3 billion); creator-philanthropist MrBeast (2.2 billion); Australian gamer LazarBeam (2 billion); Fischer’s, a seven-member Japanese vlog crew (1.9 billion); and Canadian cosplayer-gamer AzzyLand (1.9 billion). – Todd Spangler, Variety » https://trib.al/Ni1TUhA [photo: Pewdiepie, Youtube]

FBI raided millionaire YouTuber’s home, allegedly took everything

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Specifically, the YouTuber claims he is being investigated, not only for tax evasion and potential money laundering but also for his Gears Reloaded service. Carrasquillo states the service exploits a legal “grey area” in regard to copyright infringement by giving users access to channels like HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, and Stars. – Mikael Thalen, The Daily Dot » https://ift.tt/2OelFVp [photo: Bill Omar Carrasquillo, YouTube]

The most gifted streamer on Twitch got mistakenly banned for 5 days, and he responded by dressing as a clown and pretending to be a Twitch staffer

On November 15, the streamer tweeted that he had gotten banned from Twitch, his primary platform, for livestreaming at a restaurant. PayMoneyWubby says he had received permission from the restaurant’s management to do so, but Twitch issued a 14-day suspension on his channel for “invading the privacy of others,” according to a screenshot of an email PayMoneyWubby tweeted out. – Kat Tenbarge, Tech Insider » https://ift.tt/2sbVcPX [photo: PaymoneyWubby/Twitch]

‘Royalty-Free’ Music Supplied By YouTube Results in Mass Video Demonetization

In common with many YouTubers, Matt didn’t want any copyright issues on his channel. So, to play things safely, he obtained the track ‘Dreams‘ by Joakim Karud from YouTube’s very own audio library for use in his intro. Unfortunately, this strategy of obtaining supposedly risk-free music from a legitimate source still managed to backfire. – Andy, TorrentFreak » https://ift.tt/2NYyROk

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