youtube-dl, the most popular project in the world for backing up YouTube content, was just taken down
make no mistake -- YouTube wants to keep you trapped
and when they decide to ban you without warning, they don't want there to be backups
@lbry it's RIAA (i.e. record companies) not YouTube that sent the DMCA
@lbry before you make such bold messages, read the DMCA notice first. It's nothing to deal with YouTube, it's copyrighters who issued a takedown.
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