• The blogger complained of locking of the roller with the ringing of Church bells

  • The YouTube blogger known by the nickname Peeve Peeverson, said in his Twitter about locking one of the rollers due to the fact that it was attended by the ringing of many Church bells.

    The claims were filed to record the passage of game Demon's Souls and touched the audio defeating the next boss.

    The gamer received a notice from the administration of YouTube, which reported on the blocking in connection with the violation of the copyright on these sounds. As it turned out, "several simultaneous ringing of Church bells" owns the record label Hot Ideas. Later it turned out that the claims filed by Universal Music Group.

    In response to notification streamer tried to argue that the sounds of the bells can sound different, and YouTube must be kidding. Apparently, the trial using this sound continues.

    In the comments of other users admitted, do not be surprised if one day they find out that the holders took control of more and votes of ordinary people.

    At the end of 2016 most popular video blogger on YouTube Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie addressed to the administration of video sharing request to deal with many problems. So, an Internet star was not satisfied with the disappearing views of old clips, strange recommendations of service and pornography on the website.


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