YouTube “False Flagging” issue

My buddy Devon Brown is the latest (and most unworthy) victim of YouTube/Google’s policy on getting banned from YouTube by what is called “False Flagging”, i.e. someone complains (flags) your video even though it does not violate any of YouTube’s terms and conditions.

Devon says it best on his blog.  Read closely.  http://www.renegadesuccess.com/youtube-false-flagging/

Solution:  There are plenty of other video hosting sites.  Just google them.  I have used Screencast for some time.  Easy, low cost and reliable.

Caveat emptor!

Questions? Call, email or skype me, ok?

Fred Raley

I once had more hair…

Fred Raley
Woodbridge, VA
703 203 4648 (my real, in-my-pocket cell phone)
FredRaley@GMail.com
Skype: FredRaley

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