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Ron Paul YouTube Channel Shutdown Due To Copyright Infringement



Ron Paul YouTube Channel Banned
If you try and go to one of the famous Ron Paul YouTube channels: you will receive a message that says, “RonPaul2008dotcom has been terminated because we received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material the user posted.” It seems the Ron Paul channel had collected thousands of videos of Ron Paul appearances, speeches and more in this channel.

It seems that this account is not directly run or owned by the Ron Paul 2012 Campaign, “Restore America Now.” The channel was run by Ron Paul fans and often aggregated network TV appearances from news interviews and coverage from network Tv. It’s suprising the thousands of videos had lasted this long without DMCA requests directly to YouTube officials.

The Ron Paul campaign has yet to acknowledge this famous Ron Paul YouTube channel was shutdown or that they have any concerns about it. Users on the other hand at websites like The Daily Paul & Ron Paul Forums are incredibly upset and trying to figure out what they need to do to get the channel reinstated.

One post on is titled: The Largest Ron Paul Channel on YouTube…Removed?! It goes on to say, “RonPaul2008dotcom Has always been my source for watching video’s from current to years back. Having thousands of videos, millions of views, and hundred’s of thousands of subscribers.. Youtube has decided to shut the account down……. To all those who added videos, to it.. Thank you… But, Youtube, must be trying to censor ron paul even more…… IM SO P***ED THOUSANDS OF VIDEOS GONE!!!!”

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The removal of this social footprint could be a blow to the Ron Paul 2012 campaign if the numbers quoted above are true. With hundreds of thousands of subscribers there are definitely some users that will lose communication with the Ron Paul political campaign right when the Presidental 2012 race is heating up.

Some of the more popular comments from the forum address the current YouTube Ron Paul Channel banning:

“Interestingly Google (employees) are one of the largest donors to Ron Paul, maybe they won’t be so happy about this either.”

“Although this was a great channel, it wasn’t the YouTube channel for the Ron Paul campaign. It was from a Ron Paul supporter. The campaign’s channel is”

We’re posting some of popular Ron Paul videos below. Let us know if there is one we should add.

Please tell us in the comments what you think about the takedown of the Ron Paul unofficial channel.

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  1. Robert Stone

    May 7, 2012 at 1:38 am

    Well of course it is an attack on Ron Paul. It s not conspiracy its just fact. Look how he was treated by media.. blacking him out.. WHY? Because of the message.. it is so anti system and anti establishment, they are scared.

  2. Bruce McCloud

    May 2, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    Well, that’s silly. All that is going to happen now is that the same videos will be uploaded again on youtube at rapid speed under hundreds of accounts.

    Trying to bully a voluntary group of Ron Paul messengers with negligible copyright infringement, a group that already feels like they are being silenced, will only make them & other groups respond back even more aggressively.

    If you take any popular video down because of that, expect it to be uploaded 10-100 more times within 24 hours.

  3. Ringo

    May 2, 2012 at 9:41 am

    LOL at all the Paulbot conspiracy nuts.

    • Leo

      May 2, 2012 at 2:57 pm

      lol @ the zombie horde

  4. Dan

    May 1, 2012 at 11:44 pm

    I’ve seen many videos on other YouTube channels that I was surprised were not taken down due to them containing television network content – the difference? They clearly posted on all the videos that it was used under the terms of “fair use” and for educational purposes. Not a fail safe by any means, but it must be working in some cases. The content of the videos were also clearly in the ballpark of educational or fair use.

  5. Ron

    May 1, 2012 at 7:34 pm

    The trick would be to start FreeTube…

  6. Jerry Bingham

    May 1, 2012 at 5:17 pm

    This certainly appears to be censorship against the Ron Paul campaign. If it is CNBC who is responsible, what could they possibly gain in filing charges other than trying to promote Romney? The freedom of speech isn’t as free as people might think. I have just lost all confidence in YouTube as being a non-partial source of information based on what I’ve just .witnessed. Signed, A former YouTube fan

  7. dddienst

    May 1, 2012 at 4:19 pm

    I learned long ago if you like a video on youtube then down load it because it may not be there tomorrow. I use it is easy.

  8. Joseph Burke

    May 1, 2012 at 3:28 pm

    So You Tube wants to join the list of those censoring Ron Paul, well how about this You Tube: I will censor my watching of You Tube altogether. Sell that to your advertisers. Bite Me

    • inspector spacetime

      May 1, 2012 at 5:50 pm

      yes, because youtube is going to lose a massive amount of money if you stopped going to youtube. mind = blown.

  9. Mike

    May 1, 2012 at 3:04 pm

    It’s only a matter of time before Paul supporters are rounded up and put in FEMA camps. I can;t wait!!!!

    • Louwhan

      May 1, 2012 at 5:28 pm

      Mike, do you know what will happen to you if Ron Paul wins? Absolutely NOTHING except that you might have to work for a living.

    • Steve

      May 1, 2012 at 7:06 pm

      Mike, what an absolutely irresponsible and ignorant thing to say. Had you lived in Germany during Hitler’s years, you probably would have said the same thing about “those pesky Jews”.

  10. barbarosx

    May 1, 2012 at 2:35 pm

    Ron Paul 2012!

  11. urallinsane

    May 1, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    Youtube has been censoring anti-establishment outlets for a long time. It’s not always that they take the videos or channels off the site, but more that they censor the numbers of views. I think most of us know now that nearly every media outlet, online or other, are run by the same republicrats that run everything. Obamney is what they push. The question is, are enough people awake to make any difference. It’s obvious that not enough in the republican party have their heads out of their bums. It’s a shame, but it looks like the majority of America truly is hypnotized by their tv/radio media demagogues, and we are going to continue electing leaders that will change nothing. If so, I can’t wait for the collapse that should’ve happened before the bailouts. We probably would already have recovered if we’d let the fake money system fall then. Any which way, I’d like to thank the severely retarded American public for helping me to solidify my decision to leave with my kiddos. They don’t deserve this debt and ruined dollar to pay it back with. Have fun with this mess you idiots.

  12. FIFY

    May 1, 2012 at 1:41 pm

    The removal of this social footprint could be a blowback to the establishment campaign if the numbers quoted above are true.

  13. Just another patriot

    May 1, 2012 at 1:15 pm

    It’s too late.

    The end has already begun for the donklephant (the supposed “2 party system”) establishment.

    Weather or not Dr. Paul wins the nomination is of no consequence. The Paul campaign and it’s supporters are like Navy Seal Team 6 vs the local PTA. We are infinitely more organized, motivated and educated about the election process. We are winning delegates at an exponential rate. We will not compromise on our values when it comes to the convention.

    Our message is liberty. The message is infectious and once infected it is terminal. Once a Ron Paul / Rand Paul / Liberty convert we will NEVER switch back. We, just like the special forces are “force multipliers” we “infect” those around us with the message of liberty and those infected go forth and infect more. The establishment can play it’s games and squeeze Ron Paul out of this election, but we have Rand Paul a young man cut from the same cloth that has a VERY VERY long political life ahead of him who we will support in exactly that same way as we have Dr. Paul.

    So you see establishment, it’s already over. The liberty infection takes hold at the very nature of all Americans and human beings…there is but one cure and that is to remove our chains and we are picking the locks right now.

    • justin

      May 1, 2012 at 10:01 pm

      way to copy and paste from somwhere else loser

    • Onfire

      May 2, 2012 at 1:34 pm

      Justin, what does it matter if it’s a copy and paste? We all share the same sentiment. Whomever originally posted this echoes the voice of the Ron Paul Revolution.

  14. BlowtheBridge

    May 1, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    CNBC was the claimant. This was a direct assault on Ron Paul with hundreds of claims of (c) violations.


    Might be time to start playing dirty

  15. KJ

    May 1, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    by the way, I am sure the campaign had nothing to do with this. Supporters use Ron’s stuff all the time.

  16. KJ

    May 1, 2012 at 12:10 pm

    Actually, that WAS the official channel for the 2008 campaign which was let lapse accidentally and someone else snatched it and wouldn’t give it back as I understand.

    However, it did have good stuff.

  17. anon

    May 1, 2012 at 11:59 am

    Romney owns many of the media outlets named… hmmm.

    • Joe Burke

      May 1, 2012 at 3:32 pm

      If You Tube wants to Join the ranks of those censoring Ron Paul then I for one will no longer watch any of You Tubes offerings. Sell that to your advertisers.

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5 Days After Release, Google ‘Pixel 3A / 3A XL’ Criticized For Poor Performance



Google released new Pixel line, the 3a and 3a XL

Back in the days, when Google releases new hardware, the fascination towards these new product lines are apparent. Indeed, when it comes to devices, Google is the Picasso or the Michaelangelo of modern technology, who’s craftsmanship resonates into something spectacular.

Recalling the early days of the Google Pixel, and how demand strike due to the exceptional performance, Google was in the pinnacle of mobile success. The excellent taste of build quality, the incredibly smooth performance, and most importantly, the cameras. Every crisp detail witnessed on the Google Pixel sounded as if its the phone to beat.

Then came the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, which most of us concludes as the most solid Android device Google offered. The Pixel 2 and 2 XL is the perfect example of the common phrase don’t judge the book by its cover. The phone may not look like the future of smartphones, but it packs a beast that probably surpasses its successor, the Pixel 3.

Google Pixel Camera Feat
Google Pixel Camera. Photo: Maurizio Pesce | Flickr | CC BY 2.0

The Pixel 2 sports a 5-inch screen while its larger variant, the Pixel 2 XL, shows off an edge-to-edge 6-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio. Priced at an exceptionally budget-friendly range, the Pixel 2 and 2 XL now runs on Android Q beta for better photo quality, water resistant, and a much easy Google Assistant button.

At some point, these two previous Pixel phones were a testament to Google’s years of hard work and experimentation to offer top-tier mobile performance. And that transpire into incredible sales turn around with both Pixel and Pixel 2 running out of stock. In 2017, Google sold 3.9 million Pixel and Pixel 2 phones. Although the Pixel and Pixel 2 are no exception to any smartphone flaws, these devices maintained a steady reputation for Google.

Now, heading to Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL, Google’s most expensive Android device yet; this is where Google Pixel phones fall into a downhill slope. Aside from its high price point, the Pixel 3 made its predecessor, the Pixel 2, the juicier option. Without a doubt, the camera is Pixel phones’ creme-de-la-creme, and it got better in Pixel 3 via its machine-learning software that enhances photo quality. But, its weak battery life and sparse memory management (sporting 4GB RAM while others do 6GB) suck the life out of the Pixel 3. A report from revealed that six months after the Pixel 3’s release, owners are still facing an ample amount of issues that Google failed to address.

Google Pixel 3 XL with the Google logo.
Google Pixel 3 XL. Photo: Tony Webster | Flickr | CC BY-SA 2.0

Continuing to its latest flagship, the Pixel 3a and 3a XL, Google’s budget-friendly alternative to the Pixel 3, the response towards the new Android device seem to fall short due to some shortcomings. Five days after its most awaited release, consumers in various forums and social media sites backlashed over the Pixel 3a’s poor performance.

Usually, Google is amassed of admirations and praises due to its unique and potent mobile craftsmanship. This time, however, as much as Google wants to mitigate the Pixel and Pixel 2’s success, it might have been the worst one yet.

Claims regarding Google’s Digital Wellbeing software slowing down Pixel 3’s performance is all over Reddit. A thread from Reddit user “ploewer” details that after turning the Digital Wellbeing feature, the Pixel 3 runs like a real flagship. Hence, a software that should be meant as a helpful tool for the device turned out to be an off-putting feat.

Google Digital Wellbeing is a transparent tool that monitors your usage and maintains the balance between life and tech. In a sense, it’s Google’s response to the increasing number of smartphone addictions. Well, the Digital Wellbeing software should not turn your Pixel 3 into a sluggish device. It should be a useful feat that runs in the background and tracks your overall activity in both apps and device in general. These data are valuable, especially if you’re aiming for a more productive day instead of spending most of your time staring at the screen.

If more evidence proves that the Digital Wellbeing software, indeed, slows down the Pixel 3’s performance, it’s a total let down, especially for a feature that intends to be useful. As of the moment, Google is yet to respond with regards to these claims from some Pixel owners. And as per its temporary resolution, the only thing to do is to disable the feature.

Pixel 3 and its budget-friendly counterpart, the Pixel 3a, is leading Google to massive setbacks. Pixel 3a and 3a XL owners complain about weaker camera performance. And the most glaring issue faced by most users is the device’s slower performance, a speed that rivals its predecessor in an off-putting way.

Undoubtedly, Pixel 3a/3a XL price cuts may be appealing to some consumers. However, this comes for some spec cuts too. So, did Google unwilling shuts Pixel 3’s hopes after 3a’s release? Or, is Google becoming a weary smartphone maker?

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Android Q Is Now Available In Beta And Here Are Things You Should Be Excited About



Today, over 2.5 billion devices in the world are powered by Google’s Android operating system. Good as it may sound for business, but that’s certainly a big number to satisfy and Google’s working double time to meet customer demands.

During Google I/O, they announced the new Android OS called Android 10 Q. They’re picking up unfinished business with last year’s Android 9 Pie, and I could almost hear everyone at attendance in the conference sigh ’Finally.’

There are tons of new features coming with the latest Android 10 Q that would undoubtedly make rivals like Apple have a hard time looking away.

I’m saying it now, Google’s updates on the Android 10 Q isn’t just for show. There are useful and practical features that would surely give it a boost against competitors.

Data Security and Privacy

For starters, in a critical time of discussing privacy protection in the digital age, Google has decided to take a more proactive role in trying to meet expectations.

One of which is allowing some functionalities on devices powered by Android 10 Q through more advanced AI tech. What Google presented was that information can now be processed locally without the need to send data from the device to their servers and back. In other words, Google won’t be having a copy of the information you put into their system.

Second of which is through allowing security updates to reach more users more efficiently. In the past, security updates take too long because they’re packaged along with major updates that manufacturers and sometimes also carriers take too long to ship. With what Google calls its Project Mainline, they can send security updates through the Google Play Store.

Project Mainline wouldn’t be able to perform complete software updates, but it will be good enough to mitigate issues on prolonged security updates, and it will also be able to detect and patch bugs faster.

Dark Theme

Like many other devices and applications, the Android 10 Q is also joining the bandwagon and will be introducing their version of dark mode.

As expected, it will be able to turn your device to black by toggling a few buttons. When using the battery saver mode, the dark theme will automatically be triggered since the great thing about Android 19 Q’s dark theme is its pure black versus the grayish black some developers opt for. In this sense, devices tend to save more energy.


At first glance, the gestures on the Android 10 Q might seem familiar. That’s because it is. It’s pretty much copied from Apple’s gesture commands.

In Android 10 Q, there’s a thin white line at ghe bottom of the screen that you can prompt to perform gestures. You swipe up and drag across to go into a multitasking view. You swipe across it quickly to switch between apps.

But the difference it has compared to Apple and probably why it’s better is that the thin white line at the bottom is its own entity instead of being part of the screen. It doesn’t cover the bottom.

Moreover, and probably up for debate, Google has also decided to abandon the back button and replace it with a sideswipe motion. At the moment, it’s still to be determined whether it’s from the right of the screen across, the other way around or both. Personally, this is a great feature either way, but as a righty, I would appreciate it as a sideswipe motion from the right across the screen.

Live Caption

Probably the most significant feature introduced in the Android 10 Q is the Live Caption. Quite literally, it enables your device to place captions instantly. This can be used during video calls, videos and more.

What Live Caption does is transcribe audio when triggered. This can easily be set up in settings and once triggered, a black screen will pop up to place text as you’re watching a video or talking to a friend. Text size and screen space can also be adjusted to your preference.

Moreover, in line with Google’s commitment to privacy, Live Caption can process information locally on the device too. Although it may take a few seconds of lag it’s undoubtedly something in its early days and would surely take on more improvements in the future.

In fact, the feature is seen on Google’s other platforms, putting it on a mobile device is something still worth calling at the edge of innovation.

At the moment, it is only available for the English language but I reckon Google will soon work on making it possible for other languages as well.

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The beta version of Android 10 Q is available today on more devices compared to other Android OS probably because Google wants more people to test it our before it officially launches as an Android OS update.

Here are the list of devices that can try out the beta version:

Give it a try and let us know what you think!

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How Google Banks On Data Privacy



Steps Google are taking to forward a more secure and private web access across their platforms

The need for data privacy on the Internet has never been so in demand as conversations about it dramatically increased over recent years mainly rooting from Facebook’s controversies. As a matter of fact, Google has its own fair share of sketchy mishaps that includes controversial government contracts and Chinese deals.

However, unlike Facebook, Google has shown to have taken the issue seriously and have been actively addressing the issue and securing the idea of private Internet consumption beginning with the incognito mode on Google Chrome. Over the past decade, Google has made the effort to materialize the idea unlike Facebook’s consistent loud promises and announcements that hardly ever reach people’s grasp.

Especially in a time where Google is under fire regarding issues with the inappropriate workplace environment, mistreatment, and discrimination to name a few, hearing and seeing how Google plans to go forward with a more secure and safe online environment is a great way to bring back people’s trust.

One of many steps Google is planning to address security concerns is through Android Q, which is an upcoming software update for all Android devices. Through that software, Google will be able to deliver faster security update through the Play Store, which is virtually present in all Android devices except the ones in China. Google calls it ‘Project Mainline.’

As of the moment, security updates are prolonged due to the waiting time between Android and manufacturers like Samsung and LG to ship them out. By directly handling the updates in the Play Store, Google will be able to cut down that waiting time.

Google won’t be able to perform all updates through Project Mainline. For starters, there 12 ‘modules’ that they are capable of updating. By breaking them down into smaller and more easier versions, Google can patch small bugs or potential major flaws quicker than it did before.

The second thing Google is planning to incorporate in its set of security features is the feature that allows you to auto-delete app-activity, location, and web location information.

Believe it or not, Google stores a lot of data regarding your activity under its software. This allows Google to give you personalized recommendations and ‘guess’ your preferred actions while using their software. However, manually deleting these data in the past would result in less personal experience.

In the future, Google will give you two options when deciding to auto-delete your personal data: 3 months or 18 months. With his, any data stored in their servers older than the opted duration would be deleted. Fortunately, this won’t make your user experience completely abandoned and unknown but it will, in fact, be a less but it will limit Google from accessing information in return.

The third feature that Google’s integrating into its cybersecurity procedure is the ability of their AI tech to process data locally. This can be seen in new forms like the Google Nest Hub Max and the Google Assistant. Basically, Google’s AI can now process ambient information without the need to deliver them to servers or the cloud for processing.

Local AI processing means that Google won’t b able to have complete access to any data or information that you will be inputting such as facial recognition in the Nest Hub Max or location services with the Google Assistant.

On the topic of location services, Google Maps will also be integrating an incognito feature along with Search. By using incognito mode, any information used under these platforms will not attribute it to a specific user, making the data stored in Google’s servers basically as nobody. This feature is currently available on YouTube and would be available in Google Maps and Search later in the year.

Lastly, Google is planning to bank on an almost private web browsing experience with the new features they are planning to incorporate with Google Chrome.

Right now, web browsers are riddled with cookies that allow users to experience an easier browsing experience but it also exposes users to a lot of negative experiences too.

Specifically, cookies are used to store some of your data into a specific website and cookies are also left when you move from one website to another. This helps to keep you logged on a specific website or remember your preferences whenever you decide to come back. For some users, they would like to choose to opt out of that conveniences to help keep personal data away from said websites.

In relation, cookies are also used by websites to target ads by using your information and also makes you vulnerable to online hackers that try to tap into these cookies.

As a solution, Google is deciding to implement a new set of features that will allow you to access websites without the need to allow leaving cookies when you visit them. At the moment, it’s hard to identify cookies that determine a user’s log-in and set of preferences from third-party cookies that exploit your personal information.

Google has promised to find a way through these concerns to deliver a safer and more secure browsing experience in the future.

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