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Published on April 19th, 2019 | by Alan Cross

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Online guitar teachers are really, really, REALLY mad at YouTube. Here’s why.

There’s a growing outcry over what’s happening to people who offer music lessons online. Instructional videos are being blocked on grounds that they violate copyright.

Here’s another explanation of the problem.




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One Response to Online guitar teachers are really, really, REALLY mad at YouTube. Here’s why.

  1. Vocab Mad 08 says:

    What will happen with this eventually , is the labels will just buy You Tube & then completely control the revenue streams from all the videos , using any portion of their artists catalogues. Next up monitoring people in their homes using any of the home speaker devices, & claiming copyright infringement for any music not provided by approved providers such as Spotify. You will not be able to privately play music in your own space ever again. Isn’t the digital world great!

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