Brittany Venti, one of the many feminist women who tries to create controversy on the internet, has received a copyright claim for her video-critic uploaded to YouTube towards the Virtual YouTuber Gawr Gura, of the Hololive English division of the Virtual Youtubers agency Hololive Production. The company in charge, Cover Corp., was in charge of issuing the claim.
Upon receiving the copyright claim, Brittany Venti went on to take on the "role of the victim", as she has done on other occasions where the situation has turned against her, and with YouTube predictably being in her favor, despite that in past situations he would generally be "against the accused YouTuber." “Thank you YouTube for standing with me against 'Clover' (Hololive) to protect fair use against this abuse. I would like to ask, what will you do to protect small content creators from large corporations that try to abuse the system and silence any negative criticism of their content? "She wrote via Twitter.
Venti's previous video argued that Virtual YouTuber Gawr Gura, and Hololive Production itself by extension, are promoting and pleasing pedophiles with the childish looks, behavior and gestures of Virtual YouTubers. A new three-hour video provided by the person explaining her situation was quickly bombarded with a wide variety of comments that ridiculed her position.
It is currently not clear whether Cover Corp. plans to take further action against Venti on its YouTube channel. However, while much of the community agrees that their arguments against the company are ridiculous, they are also not sure what to make of Cover Corp.'s actions in attempting to abuse fair use, a A practice that, for example, the YouTube channel Badabun used to take down any video that criticized the company.
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