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originally posted by: 1Angrylightbulb
a reply to: ChefFox
I'm gonna guess it has to do with him admitting re-editing last Jedi and probably putting it up on his now gone youtube channel. Copyright infringement is a bad thing.
they may or may not delete your account.
Just because someone has managed to make money on a website does not mean they are entitled to stay there. That's a big problem today: people feel entitled to things that don't belong to them just because they've been allowed to use them for a time. If someone lets you stay in their spare bedroom for a few months that doesn't mean you now own their house- you can be evicted whether you like it or not.
Usually the T&Cs have clauses in them that basically say they can delete a user for just about any reason- most people just don't take the time to read them. Break a rule- they may or may not delete your account.
They get to choose who they do and do not host on their websites.
Break a rule
originally posted by: GeauxHomeYoureDrunk
a reply to: ChefFox
Youtube is a free service. If you don't like it that they can censor whoever they want create your own free service to host those that they delete.
When you own a website you can choose who you do or do not host- end of story. If someone wants to make sure they cannot be deleted from a website maybe they should actually pay to be hosted and have a contract spelling out the details of what they can and cannot be ousted for.
Free speech is a right, but websites do not have to provide you with a platform. ATS allows you to post here but break the T&Cs one time too many and just watch how fast you can get banned. Why? Because it's their website and they can choose who can or cannot post here.
Youtube is a free service.
Free speech is a right, but websites do not have to provide you with a platform. ATS allows you to post here but break the T&Cs