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by rakeshausky on 20 August 2019 - 19:08

Just stop using both platforms. Move your videos to either cloud storage or Google drive and back them up that way. As for FB, stop using it. Enough people leave from FB, their stocks will plummet and they will be forced to re-think their policies. I know this is a pain in the butt for a lot of people, but this is the only thing that we can do to push back. We can take our business elsewhere. Make a website for your dogs, keep it updated. Do SEO optimization for your website so that it can be found via google. Let all of your past buyers know how to best contact you to stay in contact with them and so that they can still share your website via word of mouth.

It will suck, I know. Because I don't only use FB for business purposes, but for personal as well. I have a lot of family that live across the country and that is how I found relatives I had no idea about and was able to maintain contact with everyone. I'm afraid that for right now the only thing we can do is go back to advertising the same way we did before FB came along. You can also utilize Instagram, as they haven't placed restrictions on dog breeders or anything like that. So, I would suggest setting up an account on IG and familiarizing yourself with the different and trending hashtags and advertise that way. And IG doesn't place a limit on how many followers like FB does. But, you have to have high quality images to attract plenty of followers to your page.


by emoryg on 21 August 2019 - 01:08

Thanks for the information rake. I have a few hundred police dog videos and in fear of hardware failure I would just upload to youtube under private view setting. But after researching some of the privacy policies it looks like they can still scan and delete the videos, even if they are inaccessible to public. I can buy extra space from google drive, but have no idea how I can move them over all at once. Anyone have any ideas?

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by Western Rider on 21 August 2019 - 01:08

Why not store all videos in ones own computer then make a simple web page and show links to each video.

You can make it public or private and send links to those you wish or post when needed.

This will also give you full control over what is yours.


by Markobytes on 24 August 2019 - 03:08

Duke is correct, PETA is responsible. PETA buys enough shares of companies until they can speak at shareholder meetings. They have bought enough stock of Facebook, and Google, who owns YouTube, that they now are able to get innocent content removed. Their goal is the extinction of all domestic animals, they will try to eliminate any video of humans interacting with animals.
This would not happen unless they had people on the board of directors sympathetic to their insanity. The answer is to stop using Google as your search engine. Some are using MeWe directly because of this.

by ValK on 24 August 2019 - 04:08

very good interview given 2 days ago. curious if youtube as well gonna to remove it :)


by Hundmutter on 24 August 2019 - 07:08

Um, Markobites, having enough shares to attend meetings does not automatically get people to accede to your views, just because you are there speaking to them ! I have been in a minority at enough meetings to know this.

The more everybody says "OOooh PETA are SO influential" the greater influence that bunch of nutters will gain. Do not give them the oxygen of publicity !

And as for the public who donate enough money to PETA to allow them to buy shares ... suggest they stop & think what they are paying for.

by ValK on 25 August 2019 - 13:08

Channels posting robot combat videos saw their content removed and received a notice from YouTube explaining that the videos were in breach of its community guidelines.
Each notice cited the same section of these guidelines, which states: "Content that displays the deliberate infliction of animal suffering or the forcing of animals to fight is not allowed on YouTube."
It goes on to state: "Examples include, but are not limited to, dog fighting and cock fighting."  
The Independent

To be fair, once robots achieve sentience these videos will be Exhibit A for why humans should be promptly exterminated :)


by Hundmutter on 28 August 2019 - 06:08

FB has a thing where they cover over a video post with a grey screen, with a note on it, about it might contain something violent or offensive to some people; you can then choose whether to click on it and raise the screen off, or not to view. Why can't YouTube do similar ??? Leave it to the audience to make their own mind up.


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