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Author Topic: YouTube Video of Stan Pavlovsky talking Utter Rubbish  (Read 1653 times)

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« Reply #25 on: June 08, 2020, 15:22 »
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Looks like it's possible to join this:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/88990372417/


« Reply #26 on: June 08, 2020, 15:24 »
0
I don't have fb, so it's your part. Blessing you, go!  8)

Noedelhap

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« Reply #27 on: June 08, 2020, 15:31 »
+1
Look! These sh#t-heads removed all comments and dislikes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=863&v=18XDzw-xlCI&feature=emb_logo

Ok, will try discussions section.


You do understand there's a difference between the Digital Media Licensing Association and Shutterstock right...?

The association is not related to Shutterstock at all, so spamming their videos with comments about SS or Pavlovsky makes no sense. They have every right to delete comments from their videos that are not at all related to their association.

But yeah, just keep blindly harassing every company that even remotely mentions Shutterstock in the hope someone sees your comments. Great way to make contributors look like a bunch of whiny, uneducated kids. Geez.

« Reply #28 on: June 08, 2020, 16:02 »
0
Look! These sh#t-heads removed all comments and dislikes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=863&v=18XDzw-xlCI&feature=emb_logo

Ok, will try discussions section.


You do understand there's a difference between the Digital Media Licensing Association and Shutterstock right...?

The association is not related to Shutterstock at all, so spamming their videos with comments about SS or Pavlovsky makes no sense. They have every right to delete comments from their videos that are not at all related to their association.

But yeah, just keep blindly harassing every company that even remotely mentions Shutterstock in the hope someone sees your comments. Great way to make contributors look like a bunch of whiny, uneducated kids. Geez.

We all understand that these are different companies. Information could be delivered only by these means because they don't listen to opinions from official sources.

Btw, very weak position.
Do you defending company, which don't count their contributors for people?
Maybe salary of this ceo reseted every year too? I don't think so.

So people have rights to express their opinions and you trying to shut them up.


« Last Edit: June 08, 2020, 16:09 by NeonRobot »

« Reply #29 on: June 08, 2020, 16:06 »
+3
Look! These sh#t-heads removed all comments and dislikes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=863&v=18XDzw-xlCI&feature=emb_logo

Ok, will try discussions section.


You do understand there's a difference between the Digital Media Licensing Association and Shutterstock right...?

The association is not related to Shutterstock at all, so spamming their videos with comments about SS or Pavlovsky makes no sense. They have every right to delete comments from their videos that are not at all related to their association.

But yeah, just keep blindly harassing every company that even remotely mentions Shutterstock in the hope someone sees your comments. Great way to make contributors look like a bunch of whiny, uneducated kids. Geez.

DMLA has censored the views of the very people that enable the association to be there in the first place. Look at the membership of the association. This essentially means other members of the association are denied to see what the contributors to the industry think about the slash and burn SS has done and how it affects our livelihood, and essentially condones the slash and burn to the industry as a whole.

Frankly this censorship is more sickening that what SS has done.

Noedelhap

  • www.colincramm.com

« Reply #30 on: June 08, 2020, 16:43 »
0
Look! These sh#t-heads removed all comments and dislikes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=863&v=18XDzw-xlCI&feature=emb_logo

Ok, will try discussions section.


You do understand there's a difference between the Digital Media Licensing Association and Shutterstock right...?

The association is not related to Shutterstock at all, so spamming their videos with comments about SS or Pavlovsky makes no sense. They have every right to delete comments from their videos that are not at all related to their association.

But yeah, just keep blindly harassing every company that even remotely mentions Shutterstock in the hope someone sees your comments. Great way to make contributors look like a bunch of whiny, uneducated kids. Geez.

We all understand that these are different companies. Information could be delivered only by these means because they don't listen to opinions from official sources.

Btw, very weak position.
Do you defending company, which don't count their contributors for people?
Maybe salary of this ceo reseted every year too? I don't think so.

So people have rights to express their opinions and you trying to shut them up.

I'm not defending Shutterstock, I'm pointing out that attacking this organisation, which has no involvement with Shutterstock or their pay cuts, is just totally misplaced. The fact that you don't seem to grasp that simple concept says it all.

It also has nothing to do with the right to express your opinion. You have a right to express your opinion, just do it at the right place and stop barking up the wrong tree. If you have an issue with your plumber, you're not going to complain at the local supermarket just because the plumber buys groceries there.

Noedelhap

  • www.colincramm.com

« Reply #31 on: June 08, 2020, 16:49 »
+1
Look! These sh#t-heads removed all comments and dislikes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=863&v=18XDzw-xlCI&feature=emb_logo

Ok, will try discussions section.


You do understand there's a difference between the Digital Media Licensing Association and Shutterstock right...?

The association is not related to Shutterstock at all, so spamming their videos with comments about SS or Pavlovsky makes no sense. They have every right to delete comments from their videos that are not at all related to their association.

But yeah, just keep blindly harassing every company that even remotely mentions Shutterstock in the hope someone sees your comments. Great way to make contributors look like a bunch of whiny, uneducated kids. Geez.

DMLA has censored the views of the very people that enable the association to be there in the first place. Look at the membership of the association. This essentially means other members of the association are denied to see what the contributors to the industry think about the slash and burn SS has done and how it affects our livelihood, and essentially condones the slash and burn to the industry as a whole.

Frankly this censorship is more sickening that what SS has done.

No, they delete irrelevant comment spam, which is their right as it's their channel. What does SS's pay cuts have to do with a conference talk from 2019? Go comment-bomb Shutterstock forums, dislike everything on Shutterstocks's Youtube channel, spam their Twitter feed for all I care. Just don't do it at places that have no affiliation with Shutterstock.

This is not censorship, it's keeping their own comment section clean from irrelevant comments. It doesn't automatically mean they condone Shutterstock's actions, that's what YOU are thinking.

« Reply #32 on: June 08, 2020, 17:57 »
0
Look! These sh#t-heads removed all comments and dislikes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=863&v=18XDzw-xlCI&feature=emb_logo

Ok, will try discussions section.


You do understand there's a difference between the Digital Media Licensing Association and Shutterstock right...?

The association is not related to Shutterstock at all, so spamming their videos with comments about SS or Pavlovsky makes no sense. They have every right to delete comments from their videos that are not at all related to their association.

But yeah, just keep blindly harassing every company that even remotely mentions Shutterstock in the hope someone sees your comments. Great way to make contributors look like a bunch of whiny, uneducated kids. Geez.

DMLA has censored the views of the very people that enable the association to be there in the first place. Look at the membership of the association. This essentially means other members of the association are denied to see what the contributors to the industry think about the slash and burn SS has done and how it affects our livelihood, and essentially condones the slash and burn to the industry as a whole.

Frankly this censorship is more sickening that what SS has done.

No, they delete irrelevant comment spam, which is their right as it's their channel. What does SS's pay cuts have to do with a conference talk from 2019? Go comment-bomb Shutterstock forums, dislike everything on Shutterstocks's Youtube channel, spam their Twitter feed for all I care. Just don't do it at places that have no affiliation with Shutterstock.

This is not censorship, it's keeping their own comment section clean from irrelevant comments. It doesn't automatically mean they condone Shutterstock's actions, that's what YOU are thinking.


What I am thinking is they contradict their own "mission statement" as listed below...


Mission Statement
To foster and protect the interests of the picture archive
community through advocacy, education and communication.

Purposes:
      
       To develop useful business standards, and promote ethical business practices

       To actively advocate copyright protection and copyright education

       To collect and disseminate accurate information relevant to the members, their contributing artists and clients

       To take an active role in the developments affecting the picture archive community

       To build and maintain relationships with other professional organizations and related industry


They clipped our wings man, and that is a fact. They censored not disseminated and yes their role was very active, they shut it down.

« Reply #33 on: June 08, 2020, 17:59 »
+1
Saga continues:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKtuS6gN9-FDw7KsUYWazkg/discussion

The Digital Media Licensing Association You Tube account is a channel with 8 subscribers. It really isn't going to make any difference posting there.

I'm not even sure that the organization has any heft - i.e. if no one pays any attention to them anyway, why do we care (beyond them giving us that F- presentation from Stan "walk before you can run" Pavlovsky)


 

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