Re: "Matched third party content. Entity: rumblefish Content Type: Musical Composition", but no music in the video
Feb 27, 2012 11:58 PM
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@eeplox - Congrats on getting your video back on YT.
Your next step would be to file a Civil suit, claiming Restriction of Trade, Conspiracy to Restrict Trade and possible Copyright Violations against Rumblefish, with Google as a co-conspirator ASAP. Demand that in the suit, that they meticulously include details of their Content Review Process, especially on the Rumblefish side of the issue, along with renumeration of lost income from your video AND damages for the usual "Pain, Suffering & Mental Stress and Duress". Immediately after filing your suit and your receipt or confirmation of delivery of the writ to the legal offices of Rumblefish and Google, ask them if they are interested in settling this case out-of-court, and that if the case does go to court that you will instruct your attorney to seek FULL DISCLOSURE of the processes that both Rumblefish and Google use to determine Copyright Ownership, which will be required by your attorney and the Court to determine Rumblefish's culpability, as well as Google's conspiratory actions.