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>>Anonymous  20mar2019(we)17:32  No.67514  OP  P1
Rock n' Raz 8.swf (13 MiB)
1280x720, Compressed (Deflate). 4349 frames, 24 fps (03:01).
Ver9, AS1/AS2. Network access: No. Text: Yes.
Bitmaps: Yes. Audio: Yes. Video: No.
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>>Anonymous  21mar2019(th)03:20  No.67534  A  P2R1
Looks like he uploaded it to YouTube but:
>This video has been removed for violating YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content.

This is a problem with animations of today where people only target YouTube as their platform, people gimp their own creativity and self-censor. Think about it, between 2000 and 2010 we didn't have this problem because people targeted Newgrounds instead, which allow more creative freedom since they don't have retarded nudity policies.

Of course YouTube's "censorship via demonetization" is a problem on its own, causing people to self-censor basic things like cursing and generally not daring to be themselves out of fear. It also causes people to steer away from serious topics like rape, because simply uttering that word will take away their livelihood. Videos about World War 2 avoid mentioning the word "nazi" even once, how fucked up is it when we can't even talk openly about history?

And then there is the broken copyright claim system on YouTube, with no punishment what-so-ever for a faulty claim, which makes people even more afraid to make the videos they want to make. It's sad that artists had more creative freedom online before 2010 simply because of the deliberately vague policies of the de-facto platform.

An applause to all those who publish not only on YouTube and genuinely don't self-censor even if it means demonetization or removal from YouTube.

>>Anonymous  21mar2019(th)23:08  No.67557  B  P3R2
yeah, same thing happened to Anime Abandon recently
where Sage was whining because they took down his Pokemon movie 2000 review again and again
then I remembered that he had a website with his own file uploads and guess what, the only host was youtube, what's even the point

guess the reason why all those creators upload entirely to youtube is because they need the adbucks and wouldn't get them unless everyone watched their videos on youtube at least once
ironically, being so good that you can live off uploading internet videos gimps you in your creative work
no wonder everything monetized is just weak clickbait
Created: 20/3 -2019 17:32:06 Last modified: 27/5 -2019 01:00:20 Server time: 27/05 -2019 01:36:47