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For example, you can append "&t=[time]" to any You Tube link to move the video to that predefined position, e.g., "&t=1m20s" will take the video to the position in the video automatically when the user clicks on it.

You Tube You Tube is a global video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States.

Indeed, following a few links on this very site may easily result in seeing a warning that a certain video has been deleted (along with its poster's account) for warnings of copyright infringement.

This has been exacerbated by what are known as 'content-ID trolls': people who submit false copyright infringement reports in order to have a user's video(s) pulled and their accounts banned.

It hosted communication between individuals, who used it visually in otherwise the same manner as they had previously used Usenet or IRC.

You Tube was also once the host of a number of people who had alternative news and media shows, but the opinions of such people were often extreme, or otherwise politically incorrect, and most of them have now been banned.

The service was created by three former Pay Pal employees in February 2005.

In November 2006, it was bought by Google for US

For example, you can append "&t=[time]" to any You Tube link to move the video to that predefined position, e.g., "&t=1m20s" will take the video to the position in the video automatically when the user clicks on it. You Tube You Tube is a global video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States.

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For example, you can append "&t=[time]" to any You Tube link to move the video to that predefined position, e.g., "&t=1m20s" will take the video to the position in the video automatically when the user clicks on it.

You Tube You Tube is a global video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States.

Indeed, following a few links on this very site may easily result in seeing a warning that a certain video has been deleted (along with its poster's account) for warnings of copyright infringement.

This has been exacerbated by what are known as 'content-ID trolls': people who submit false copyright infringement reports in order to have a user's video(s) pulled and their accounts banned.

It hosted communication between individuals, who used it visually in otherwise the same manner as they had previously used Usenet or IRC.

You Tube was also once the host of a number of people who had alternative news and media shows, but the opinions of such people were often extreme, or otherwise politically incorrect, and most of them have now been banned.

The service was created by three former Pay Pal employees in February 2005.

In November 2006, it was bought by Google for US$1.65 billion.

.65 billion.

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The quality often ranges from below Ed Wood-type works to studio quality materials, depending on what it is.There's been a serious and somewhat harsh crackdown on copyright infringement over the past couple of years; expect to click to see a video, such as an Abridged Series, only to find there's no audio, but the video is still intact (for the moment) along with a large amount of rage in the comments section, and maybe a Samaritan posting a link to some foreign site unaffected by American law (or it's another site forcing you to take a survey to watch a video that's dollar lawsuits from entertainment companies, which leads to videos being taken down under the DMCA unless someone contests they're to be Fair Use (or not even infringing copyright), even if this includes in mistakingly removing videos from official music channels (on at least two occasions) in the process.This has led to the phrase "Watch it before it gets taken down" for any rarely seen copyright show or movie.A very popular trend is to insult everyone who clicked the "dislike" button for a video.

The usual format is "(number of people who clicked the dislike) (insult)." (Note, though, that the positioning of the "Like" button just below the Play button makes it to fill your "videos liked" bin with stuff you didn't necessarily want there, and "disliking" a video you just accidentally liked is easier than editing your preferences.) Another popular trend is blaming anyone who dislikes a video on fans of another popular artist or work or the more ridiculous claim that a single person, usually said artist, created multiple accounts to lay multiple dislikes on a single video.Also, if you look hard, you'll find a few Only Sane Users who think that such trends and comments are stupid.

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