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Üzgünüz, Flood yazma yetkiniz yok, Flood girmek için giriş yapmalısınız.

Lütfen bu Floodun neden bildirilmesi gerektiğini düşündüğünüzü kısaca açıklayın.

Lütfen bu cevabın neden bildirilmesi gerektiğini kısaca açıklayın.

Please briefly explain why you feel this user should be reported.

youtube-dl repo had been DMCA’d

youtube-dl repo had been DMCA’d

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  1. This will surely end piracy forever and not be instantly reuploaded by lit anyone with a net connection. It worked for torrent sites didn’t it?

  2. I may be wrong,but I think that in my country (France), using youtube-dl to download copyrighted works on youtube is legal, as it enters in the scope of private copy tax (we pay a tax for every storage media we buy to compensate the copies of copyrighted content from legitimate sources – and the official Youtube videos of copyrights holders is one). This was confirmed this year at the Supreme Court.

    So once again it is the shitty copyright laws of the US ruining everything (even is France is maybe even more shitty, but at least that particular part is not that bad)

    I hope the repo author will send a counter-notice and/or host the code under a better juridiction.

    Edit: for fellow French people, here is the [legal judgement](https://www.nextinpact.com/article/29839/108456-pour-conseil-detat-stream-ripping-sur-youtube-est-copie-privee) I am talking about.

  3. Imagine how quickly the human race could progress into the Information Age without fucking copyright law hamstringing people’s access to scientific publications and software.

    Inb4 some fuckwit tries to DMCA the Linux kernel or something.

  4. “I am contacting you on behalf of the Recording Industry Association of America, Inc. (RIAA) and its member record companies. ”

    I hate those associations. It’s never the actual artist the one who complains, but the corporations that believe a move like this will push that one guy to buy that song lol

  5. Thank god . I know some day things like this will happen and would loose some super valuable source codes

    Since I had my own git mirror I managed to get the very latest source

    https://git.svarun.dev/ytdl-org/youtube-dl

  6. Some comments from the youtube-dlc developer at [https://gitter.im/youtube-dlc/community](https://gitter.im/youtube-dlc/community):

    >*Yup there will be a relaunch on Github. Probably without youtube (on github) but I will make youtube and possibly other affected extractors available somewhere else.*
    >
    >*This is the exact same reason why I tried to implement a plugin system. Then ONLY the youtube extractor would have been taken down*

    Possibly starting up again at [https://github.com/blackjack4494/YDLC](https://github.com/blackjack4494/YDLC) ?

    Meanwhile… [https://github.com/l1ving/youtube-dl](https://github.com/l1ving/youtube-dl)

  7. We should start issuing DMCA notices to RIAA. See how they like it.

  8. The notice, in part:

    > … The clear purpose of this source code is to (i) circumvent the technological protection measures used by authorized streaming services such as YouTube, and (ii) reproduce and distribute music videos and sound recordings owned by our member companies without authorization for such use. We note that the source code is described on GitHub as “a command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites.” …

    https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/10/2020-10-23-RIAA.md

    ## Various coverage, discussion, and related topics

    **Micah F. Lee** (EFF/The Intercept @micahflee@mastodon.social https://nitter.net/micahflee/status/1319746131723628544?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Etweet

    **”RIAA blitz takes down 18 GitHub projects used for downloading YouTube videos”**
    https://www.zdnet.com/article/riaa-blitz-takes-down-18-github-projects-used-for-downloading-youtube-videos/

    **HN discussion:** https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24872911

    **Reddit:** https://old.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/jgub36/youtubedl_just_received_a_dmca_takedown_from_riaa/
    https://old.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder/comments/jgtzum/youtubedl_repo_had_been_dmcad/
    https://old.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/jgubfx/youtubedl_github_repo_taken_down_due_to_dmca/
    https://old.reddit.com/r/youtubedl/comments/jgttnc/youtubedl_github_repository_disabled_due_to_a/

    **Reddit search:** <https://old.reddit.com/r/dredmorbius/search/?q=youtube-dl+dmca&sort=relevance&t=all&gt;

    **Nitter/Birbsite:** <https://nitter.net/search?f=tweets&q=youtube-dl+riaa+dmca&since=&until=&near=&gt;

    **Censorship, propaganda, surveillance, and targeted manipulation are inherent characteristics of monopoly:** <https://joindiaspora.com/posts/7bfcf170eefc013863fa002590d8e506&gt; (my own recent realisation).

    **RMS, “The Right to Read”** (1997): <https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/right-to-read.en.html&gt;

    Remember that the [RIAA](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recording_Industry_Association_of_America) is a strong-arm and bad-publicity-deflection cartel of its major members. These are:

    – Sony / Sony Music
    – Universal Music
    – Atlantic Records
    – Disney
    – Exceleration Music
    – Interscope Geffen A&M
    – Nonesuch Records
    – Partisan Records
    – Provident Music
    – Sire Records
    – Tommy Boy
    – Warner Music

    Strategically / tactically, the most interesting aspect of this attack is that it puts Microsoft on notice to show its true colours. Is it Friend of Free Software, or Copyright Maximalist?

  9. The RIAA can go get fucked.

    Youtube-dl is not a utility for pirating music.

  10. This is why putting all your eggs into one basket is bad. This repository should have mirrors on private Gitlab instances for example.

    These fascists will never stop, it’s time to move our source code where they cannot get to it.

    What will they go after next? Video recording software that allow capture of audio and video? These people are beyond vile.

  11. This does not accompish anything. Now I just have to spend 30 seconds looking for a clone instead. These obsolete copyright laws can not be enforced on the internet, it is just annoying to see companies try.

  12. Hashes for the most recent 2020.09.20

    b5660fa8441337c6b75448550bd6dcc7f97fe966b4ebb9bf47ff2b1cd4e3633a youtube-dl
    2b71484b309ae369873cb9a421ac03ba6b642704e112eb1ca5cde6820a12d8fb youtube-dl.exe
    ac1a799cf968345bf29089ed2e5c5d4f4a32031625d808369e61b6362d1c7cde youtube-dl-2020.09.20.tar.gz

  13. Found it on Major Geeks also: [https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/youtube_dl.html](https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/youtube_dl.html)

  14. This is incredibly sad. `youtube-dl` isn’t a sleazy way to get free music; it’s an important tool for fair use audio / videos in projects.

    I hope that the devs have a solid backup plan. I’d love to know if they are planning to host the code on a different website. I know that the source code is out there, but I hope this project can continue without interference on a stable code hosting website. Even if this doesn’t stop development of the code, not being able to host the code on Github must have some consequences in terms of community, visibility and availability of the project.

  15. I have copies of the source code if any one would like it.

  16. Move the repo hosting to Europe. Get a cheap VPS in Frankfurt and put a Gitea instance on it. Show RIAA the finger.

  17. The most fucked up part here, is that folks who are technical enough to use youtube-dl likely wouldn’t waste their time downloading “popular” music from YouTube, considering the many easier and higher quality alternatives.

  18. It wouldnt surprise me if we see Widevine required for their music videos in the future or maybe even all of Youtube. The Widevine install base is big enough nowadays.

  19. If someone is tech savvy enough to use youtube-dl I bet at least 90% of those same people same people have uBlock/PiHole/Blokada set up. The more they try to squish “potential piracy” the stronger it becomes while simultaneously being worse for the legit users of said thing. DRM is the worst thing that happened in media.

  20. Maybe they should also ban VCRs while we are at it… wait, I think they have tried and failed.

  21. This reminds me of 20 years ago? When the MPAA went after 2600 Magazine for publishing the code to the DVD Decryptor. (Forget the name of the software).

    After a trial, 2600 prevailed.

  22. RIAA and consorts are just a parasitic drain on humanity.

  23. How can the DCMA remove 3rd party software for potential use? That’s outrageous.

  24. This is bull! They are trying to use DMCA as a measure to kill a tool based on the grounds it could be used to download music and music videos. Yeah might as well out law guns because they can be used for murder or robbery.
    Seriously the RIAA is as bad as Oracle when it comes to managing their IP.

  25. Copyright law and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.

  26. Okay, following their logic – now they should take down all Chromium and Firefox forks because they could be used to listen that tracks.

  27. Basically what these copyright control freaks are telling people is that you have to follow their rules while they don’t have to follow any rules. Anyone who supports copyright laws or wants to write more copyright laws is a literal psychopath.

    RIAA has DMCA’d the entire repo of youtube-dl and all of its forks and their “argument” for this is that youtube-dl can be used to “illegally download” songs because it has “anti-privacy code” and they’re citing YouTube’s “license” to “prove” it.

    In other words, these control freaks are telling you to become mute because according to them you’re not allowed to sing copyrighted songs unless you pay them. They’re also telling you to become deaf because you’re not allowed to listen to anything until you’ve paid for it.

  28. This is what concerns me:

    >Anticircumvention Violation. We also note that the provision or trafficking of the source code violates 17 USC §§1201(a)(2) and 1201(b)(1). The source code is a technology primarily designed or produced for the purpose of, and marketed for, circumventing a technological measure that effectively controls access to copyrighted sound recordings on YouTube, including copyrighted sound recordings owned by our members. For further context, please see the attached court decision from the Hamburg Regional Court that describes the technological measure at issue (known as YouTube’s “rolling cipher”), and the court’s determination that the technology employed by YouTube is an effective technical measure within the meaning of EU
    >
    >1 See [https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme](https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme).
    >
    >and German law, which is materially identical to Title 17 U.S.C. §1201 of the United States Code. The court further determined that the service at issue in that case unlawfully circumvented YouTube’s rolling cipher technical protection measure.2 The youtube-dl source code functions in a manner essentially identical to the service at issue in the Hamburg Regional Court decision. As there, the youtube-dl source code available on Github (which is the subject of this notice) circumvents YouTube’s rolling cipher to gain unauthorized access to copyrighted audio files, in violation of YouTube’s express terms of service,3 and in plain violation of Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. §1201.

  29. First Twitch, now this? It’s time to revolt. Seriously. I am all for protecting rights, but it’s beyond ridiculous.

    Does this mean they can strike down Blu-ray burner manufacturers or hard drive manufacturers or NAS makers because they offer tools to store potentially copyrighted material?

    That’s where it’s heading. We will have DRM on anything that can store something digital.

  30. Apparently the sole purpose of yourube-dl is to pirate their f#%%*ing music videos. Check out this nonsense from their email

    “The clear purpose of this source code is to (i) circumvent the technological protection measures used by authorized streaming services such as YouTube, and (ii) reproduce and distribute music videos and sound recordings owned by our member companies without authorization for such use. We note that the source code is described on GitHub as “a command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites.”

  31. I wonder if the RIAA will go after jdownloader2 and all the other ways you can download copyrighted material from websites… or if they’re just going for the obvious target.

    Are they going to go after CURL and WGET as well?

  32. It has probably happened before though…

    I’m sure there are plenty of mirrors up in different places… 🙂

    edit:
    Also mentioned on HN
    https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24872911