posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 09:02 AM
For photobucket I never understand how some of my pictures get the axe, and probably never will; but oh well world keeps on spinning in my eyes and I
merely move on.
As for youtube, I went to wiki (not the best place to go to when here at ATS I know) but it pretty much broke down the Terms of Service in a way, and
I believe these are a few parts that may explain why the video was pulled.
You will not submit falsehoods or misrepresentations that could damage YouTube or any third party.
YouTube will remove all content considered inappropriate or that violates somebody’s intellectual copyrights. Anybody who repeats such activity
may also be denied access to YouTube.
Then again I've seen somethings that have truly violated the Terms of Service via Youtube, that would in terms violate viacom or some other companies
license for said material. So at this point I don't know if what I have posted may be something as a viable answer, but I feel it may give some
indication as to why it was pulled and how those who pulled the video may use their Terms of Service in a way to show that it was against it.