A statement received by PC Invasion from YouTube says the “advertiser-friendly” video flagging policy is not new and has not significantly changed.
There’s much astir in the world of YouTube with videos flagged for not being “advertiser friendly” under strict guidelines.
More non-disclosure of paid YouTube sponsorship is confirmed, as the FTC investigation into Shadow of Mordor’s 2014 marketing concludes.
Ryan ‘Video Game Attorney’ Morrison says he has “more proof” of YouTubers engaged in nondisclosure of gambling site ownership.
Trevor Martin and Tom Cassell have been exposed as undisclosed owners of a CS:GO ‘lottery’ site that the pair regularly advertised.
These changes should help content creators.
This week: $22k for a YouTube mention, Dragon’s Dogma on PC, Fallout 4 mystery DLC, DOTA 2, FIFA 16, Mad Max and MGSV.
Are some Youtubers demands going too far as indie developers look for more coverage?
Youtubers are once again a problem, but this time it’s the developers that are taking the hit. Regular listeners to the IncGamers Podcast will know … Read moreYoutubers scamming free Steam keys from devs
YouTube (or their shadowy owners Google) have announced that 60fps video playback will soon be supported across the site. This is fine news for anybody … Read moreYouTube to introduce 60fps video playback
It’s a pretty disheartening time to be champion of YouTube objectivity. Last week, it emerged that prominent Battlefield 4 YouTubers were accepting a pay cheque … Read moreYouTube, EA’s 30 pieces of silver, and yet more damage to industry integrity
It’s a Tuesday, so there must be a scandal in the games industry. Today, we’ve learned from a diligent YouTube user with a strong sense … Read moreEA and Microsoft caught engaging in covert YouTube payola
“We kindly ask that you remember that your roots are videos of cats” is one of the better put-downs of YouTube’s recent megalomania with regard … Read moreYouTube content ID policy spoofed by the Taiwanese Animators
It’s taken a while but YouTube has finally issued a statement regarding the copyright claims that has been affecting gamers for the past couple of weeks. … Read moreYouTube stick it to angry gamers and stand by copyright policy
It began, as so many things do, as a Reddit thread. As the chaos surrounding YouTube’s new, restrictive approach to earning revenue from game-related videos … Read moreYouTube users and developers compile handy list of Let’s Play-friendly studios
If your Ubisoft-related videos are getting flagged as part of the new crackdown on copyright infringement going on over at YouTube, the publisher may be … Read moreUbisoft clarifies YouTube copyright stance, offers assistance
The Youtube copyright issue is raging as highlighted in Peter’s story earlier this evening. This morning Blizzard issued a message to their fans instructing them … Read moreBlizzard instruct Youtube users to “contest” matches on videos – Claims flood in
Update: Blizzard instruct Youtube users to “contest” matches on videos – Claims flood in An upcoming change to YouTube policy has prompted scores of copyright … Read moreYouTube in chaos for Let’s Play channels as copyright claims flood in