The last two seasons of South Park changed up the formula drastically. Was it a good thing or should they go back to the way it was before? Let's analyze two episodes and figure out what's going on.
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This video was removed from Youtube due to a ContentID claim from Viacom. My statement:
The original version of this video was copyright claimed by Viacom within 2 seconds of uploading and blocked in all countries. As a content creator, I see this as nothing short of censorship of critique, but I also recognize that these claims were made automatically by YouTube’s flawed Content ID system.
I didn’t want a false copyright claim to prevent you, the audience, from watching my critique. As such, if this video gets taken down, I'll do my best to edit the video in a way so that it won't be claimed and can exist on YouTube. I do this begrudgingly, because I believe that authenticity to source material is important in a critique like this. I am currently disputing the claims, but given my channel’s relative small size I don’t expect these claims to be rescinded any time soon.
This video is also available on VidMe (see above link). VidMe doesn't have an in-depth copyright detection system like ContentID (for better or for worse), meaning that the only real way for the video to be removed from VidMe is for the copyright holder(s) to issue a DMCA takedown request. At that point, they would be making a deliberate act of censorship against fair criticism.