The worst thing about this whole thing is that they took my property away from me to put their advertisements on
it, denying me ownership of my own creative work and
forcing my viewers to view ads for products I have no interest in being
associated with. Ads from which they profited.
They've made no attempt to return the profits they made from my
work. It's worse that stealing, because not only did they take my
creative property that I provided freely to the Internet, but they commercialized it and sold it and turned it
into a commodity, and I was powerless to do anything about it. They only reversed their decision about maintaining ownership of my video when the public outcry forced them to go into damage control mode, after making an unknown sum of money off of me.
If a lawyer wants to represent me (I can't pay you), then please contact me on my youtube channel. I have a feeling that the moment the publicity dies down, they'll fall right back into their old tricks.