TTS 37A (Media): BBC Takedown

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The BBC ordered a YouTube Takedown of the video of TTS Episode 37 (News You Don’t Use) because we used 90 seconds of video from a 2011 episode of Top Gear to illustrate progress in the development of self driving cars.

We’re filing a dispute. Gary decided that rated a show.

The YouTube version of this show should survive: https://youtu.be/Dz9Xyv0cUXk

You can see a PDF of Gary’s dispute HERE.

The TTS web site is: http://TriangleTalkShow.com

UPDATE: as of 11/21, it appears the block has been lifted. The video is viewable again (wasn’t it more exciting when you couldn’t see it?). The Copyright claim continues. The BBS has until 12/18 to make a decision.

See what all the fuss was about. The segment they’re complaining about is between 53:19 - 54:43 Here’s a direct link to that segment https://youtu.be/dhdfnN9yNhc?t=3199


We (that would be ‘Gary’ using the Royal We) are not YouTube copyright experts, but we’ve had some experience successfully challenging copyright claims. Below are two examples of YouTube’s contrite “sorry we made you prove something that would have been obvious if we had bothered to actually have someone look at the program you produced” email. OK, I made that up… this is what they sent:

This is what it looks like when a copyright claim is released. This is from one of the Ham Radio shows I produced that used some footage from the CBS show  NCIS.

This is what it looks like when a copyright claim is released. This is from one of the Ham Radio shows I produced that used some footage from the CBS show NCIS.

And not to pile on, but here’s another one. This is quite a bit earlier. Notice it’s missing the cheery “Good News”. And BTW, the “visit your Copyright Notice page” link just goes to the show’s channel page. Apparently there is no “Copyright Notice page”.

And not to pile on, but here’s another one. This is quite a bit earlier. Notice it’s missing the cheery “Good News”. And BTW, the “visit your Copyright Notice page” link just goes to the show’s channel page. Apparently there is no “Copyright Notice page”.