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Started by bonzillesgames, 13 Feb, 2022, 09:35 AM

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Not sure how to word this but the question is if you have more than 1 YouTube channel and 1 is removed due to copyright strikes are your other channel effected or not.

The reason I am asking is I am planning on having my movie channel on having full movies all movie that I will post are public domanin movies with no known copyright.

But I really don't want it to effect my main gaming channel if the movie channel goes belly up

any help on this subject is greatly appreciated
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For safety sake, I would take the time to create a separate google account to create the 2nd channel. I am unsure a "ban" or "removal" would be universal for your google account, but IMO I wouldn't take the risk.

I have done this with Reddit and Facebook, Create second accounts and put them as Mods if my original account gets wacked or something.

Just my 2cents.
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Yeah good advice I reckon.

As an aside - not sure what you are hoping with the movie channel as I think it would be VERY unlikely to be monetizable.

Also why do you think that he movies would be public domain?

from various USA copyright legislation (via wikipedia referencing)

Quoten the United States, motion pictures are copyrighted for 95 years. All motion pictures made and exhibited before 1927 are indisputably in the public domain in the United States. This date will move forward one year, every year, meaning that films released in 1927 will enter the public domain on New Year's Day 2023, films from 1928 on New Year's Day 2024, and so on.

So the general situation is that most will NOT be in the public domain. There are exceptions for various reasons though, it's not easy to determine which ones and it requires some time-consuming research.  see this link (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_in_the_public_domain_in_the_United_States)

QuoteAll copyrightable works made by United States government employees as part of their official duties are in the public domain from their creation.  Note that this applies only to the federal government, and not to state or local governments, which may or may not claim copyright depending on state laws

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