What is the official position on YouTube for ‘Delete’ on the Voice of Seoul channel?

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Google Korea announced that the reason for deleting the YouTube channel of Seoul Voice was ‘copyright violation’.

On the 20th, the Sound of Seoul YouTube channel was deleted. The Voice of Seoul hosted and relayed a demonstration in front of the Acro Vista in Seoul where President Yoon Seok-yeol resides in front of the protest in front of the residence of former President Moon Jae-in in Yangsan, Gyeongsangnam-do.

Google Korea explained the relevant standards, saying that the deletion due to ‘copyright infringement’ is correct in the media today’s inquiry regarding the deletion of the Seoul Sound Channel account.

▲ ‘Voice of Seoul’ content capture

In a written response, Google Korea said, “YouTube provides a way for copyright owners to submit a copyright takedown request if they discover content that they believe infringes on their copyright.” We will promptly delete the content in accordance with the legal process.”

In other words, a report of ‘copyright violation’ was received by the organizers of the Yangsan private residence, a party whose copyright was infringed due to the Seoul Voice Channel, and YouTube seems to have accepted it.

In response to a question about ‘channel closure due to copyright infringement reports’, Google Korea said, “The channel has been closed due to copyright infringement reports, but if you believe that the report is incorrect, you can submit a counter-notice,” and that it could initiate a ‘dispute’ process .

In the case of the Sound of Seoul channel, the channel was deleted as it was judged to be in violation of copyright in a situation where sanctions had been accumulated. Earlier, YouTube decided to impose sanctions on Voice of Seoul for violating its policy on ‘harassment and cyberbullying’.

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The account was also canceled on the channel recreated by Sound of Seoul. ‘The Voice of Seoul’ started broadcasting the rally through ‘Fake News Accusation Amhaengsa TV’ from the 20th, but this channel’s account was also terminated. Since then, Seoul’s Sound has opened a third channel called ‘Journal in Media’ and is active.

There is a possibility that this channel will also be deleted again. YouTube will delete the channel even if a YouTuber who has been deleted once opens a channel again.

Channels such as Yuttube, Sangjinahjae, and Joan of Arc TV, which have been controversial for their extreme remarks in the past, have also been deleted several times. Representative Ahn Jung-kwon, who leads the Yangsan private house rally, also deleted the channel after uploading a video containing abusive language, abusive language, and slander in front of college students and progressive groups who are squatting in front of the statue of a girl.

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