“Cure the disease, not the symptom” – prominent critic calls for improved YouTube takedown process following questionable trademark claim 10 Mar 17
Popular video game critic Jim Sterling has sparked a fierce online debate about how companies allegedly abuse IP-reporting tools on YouTube to censor criticism. This follows developer STICLI Games filing a trademark takedown request on a video critical of one of its games, basing its grievance solely on a stipulation in its strict end user licence agreement.
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