EFF Seeks Violated YouTube Posters

My GOOD Friends at the Electronic Freedom Foundation are looking for any of the 100,000 users that had their content taken down as a result of the Viacom Legal attack.

Among the 100,000 videos targeted for takedowns was a home movie shot in a BBQ joint, a film trailer by a documentarian, and a music video (previously here) about karaoke in Singapore. None of these contained anything owned by Viacom. For its part, Viacom has admitted to “no more than” 60 mistakes, so far. Yet each mistake impacts free speech, both of the author of the video and of the viewing public.

Has your video been removed from YouTube based on a bogus Viacom takedown? If so, contact information@eff.org