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More YOUTUBE Censorship

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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 10:36 PM
It's time as a ATS community we all start using soft ware like MACTUBE / TUBE SOCK and What ever Windows users use, to extract save and re-post video's of significant importance .... it's the only way we can beat these people ... keep re-posting the material to numerous accounts.

You Tube has permanently suspended another major 9/11 truth account in a continuation of the purge that began following efforts by the establishment to smear the 9/11 truth movement as terrorist propaganda. You Tube has previously been caught blocking 9/11 truth videos from entering into top ranking charts for both views and comments despite their enduring popularity. It also has a record of wanton censorship in deleting videos that are artistically crafted compilations and the furthest possible thing from copyright violation, such as the “Question Your Reality” video. You Tube has now completely deleted the “OneDeadDJ” user account, which was used to display videos on Prison, and in particular video clips relating to the BBC reporting the collapse of Building 7 over 20 minutes in advance.

Upon attempting to login to the account, one is met with the message, “Your account has been permanently disabled”. No explanation as to why is given. One of the videos deleted by You Tube, which features in the article “BBC Reported Building 7 Collapse 20 Minutes Before It Fell,” had over 1 million views and nearly 45,000 comments before it was pulled this week. The same clip can still be found on You Tube by using the search function, but the deletion of the original means that the video will now be dead on thousands of websites and blogs that picked it up when the story first broke.

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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:11 PM
This is a great idea. I read on another thread that
ATS is working on something that may allow us to
upload here. It may mean some updates and more
bandwidth, but I think this is a great idea.

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:30 PM
Here is a great new video site which allows uploads and does not censor, or delete.

The media player even has a one of a kind slow-mo feature to view videos frama by frame.

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:35 PM
No, what needs to happen is that people who have their videos deleted need to file a lawsuit for breech of contract.
Terms and Conditions of service cuts BOTH ways, but too many times, people don't realize it.

Also, why do you think Youtube and Facebook was bought by large media companies? They only make a paltry sum, compared to what they spent to buy it. Do the math.
Those media companies bought those to censor the content. There is NO other explanation for it.

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:41 PM
reply to post by sir_chancealot

In my opinion, you are absolutely correct.
They know how relative it is to people and
need to step in and clean things up their liking.

No doubt about it. Do you think it's possible to
get a stronghold on what goes on here?!
Buying? or creating harsh rules for message boards
or even make it a pay site?

Geez, I hope not.

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:46 PM

Originally posted by cluckerspud
This is a great idea. I read on another thread that
ATS is working on something that may allow us to
upload here. It may mean some updates and more
bandwidth, but I think this is a great idea.

I 100% agree... There are so many videos on youtube that I once used to prove a point to my friends durring a debate (specifically about 9-11) that are NO LONGER AVAILBLE!!!

We need to fight fire with fire... but I'm no computer wiz.

Where are the computer experts when we need them?

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:48 PM

KeepVid :

SaveTube :

Just another verification that freedom of speech disappearing .... good point on the breech on contract.

Please take a moment to complain to You Tube about the deletion of the “OneDeadDJ” user account and demand it be reinstated. To make a complaint call +1 650-253-0000 (please be polite).

Start ringing guys and swamp these pricks ....

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:58 PM
It's so easy guys just open a you tube account , then go into youtube and find video's that you think are cutting edge and then save them with one of the above applications to your hard drive.

Re-upload them to youtube and other servers with their simple step by step upload process....

It's very easy trust me just give it a try.

What makes them look even more stupid is they are taking down stuff that BBC actually broadcast free to air ... bit late now don't you think? DOH!

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 12:00 AM
Obama took the videos off of youtube!!!... I saw him myself!!!

I'm sorry... I couldn't resist.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:11 AM
Computer expert rporting in, who called me ?

who said one liner ?

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