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    Posted January 29, 2013 by
    christonti
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    Be careful on Youtube

     
    I was logging into my youtube account when some thing went wrong A youtube video called Youtube Copyright school came out. I had to sit their and watch a little kids video about copyright. I made sure All my videos were there but when I noticed I had around 200,000 Viewers so I wanted to see my video then I noticed and felt shocked!
    It said
    "NinjaGo Season 2 Ep 25 R..." This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Day Pitney LLP.
    Sorry about that.

    I was so mad and upset at the same time how come?
    So then I went to Day Pitney LLP's Youtube Channel as I can see he only had 1 video then checked his comments.
    My mouth dropped open a lot of people had terrible comments a lot of words (which I'm not suppose to say) Were about ninjago videos for Example "WHAT THE **** my youtube Ninjago video was deleted because of you!"
    I felt upset my Ninjago video is Destroyed It took me a long time to for me to make it. I was Destroyed.

    2 weeks later I wanted to check Day Pitney LLPs channel but then he didn't pop up. A few weeks later I haven't heard Day Pitney LLP ever since. Then I published on my chanel "My video Return of the Overlord video been Eliminated But I will try to get it back! My 400 subscribers or so on thank you for subscribing I hope You are blessed but for now I'm broken without my video." There's a big lesson for this..
    Don't put videos for people are unknown.
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