02:20 Total Biscuit! How has the copyright strike craziness affected you?
3:31 What is a partner and a network partner?
5:19 Affiliate partners under MCNs are being affected, not managed partners channels
8:47 JP Mcdaniel!
10:36 The music is the point of contention, not the video content. Supposed to be royalty-free
11:44 Blizzard's position, they weren't the ones who initiated the claim. YouTube blanketed without publisher's decision
13:03 Trailers and cut scenes also trigger the claiming strikes
14:33 Will Twitch be the place that everyone goes?
16:22 Fraser Agar! Isn't this what networks are supposed to do? Apparently they haven't been
17:57 PS4 streaming capabilities are limited already
20:43 Content ID system is just a tool, doesn't know or care about copyright license, and Nintendo always reinstates claims
22:30 Shining Force
24:09 Fraser Agar says he explicitly states that everything is fair use and state the videos purpose
26:03 "Fair use" is what you swing back with, we need a real defence and the weight should be on the accuser, not who's getting the strike
27:22 Who is making the claims on behalf of defunct companies like THQ? Not a person
27:57 Stephanie Schopp! Similar experience with Saints Row 4 and Deep Silver released a whitelist doc that publishers could sign to be cleared from copyright
30:00 Nigel Lowrie! Speaking on how publishers feel about the copyright strikes, YouTube videos are crucial to the marketing strategy for publishers
35:04 Hot Line Miami got several claims by CD Baby because of the music, what?
37:12 This one time, at YouTube camp, we learned about "reference files" which can be anything
38:05 Guilty until proven innocent!
40:31 Does every piece of content within a video game, graphics, music, etc. have separate licensing?
42:36 Individual uploaders still get claims from random companies, is this Google/YouTube's fault for having a shoddy claiming script?
52:42 You can't upload a whole movie, so why should you be able to upload video game clips?
52:45 It's like fair use was made FOR video game reviews
57:10 Redefining what video games are, more story-driven
1:01:40 Let's Plays are the truest way to see a video game and how journalists feel about it in an authentic environment
1:06:46 YouTube videos are crucial to purchase decisions
1:09:40 Super Smash Brothers' Masahiro Sakurai says he's limiting the cut scenes because he doesn't want to see them all on YouTube
1:13:30 Gary's Incident caused an even bigger incident
1:15:54 One day publishers would ideally have a relationship with reviewers, similar to song covers and music publishers
1:19:30 What's going to happen next? At least we've started a necessary dialogue
Today we're joined by TotalBiscuit, FarFromSubtle, itmeJP, Devolver Digital's Fork Parker and more to talk all about the new changes in YouTube's copyright policies.
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