iShowSpeed backlashed Thumb media for “false copyrighting” fans who post his YouTube clips – Upon learning that his supporters are getting “false copyrighting,” for uploading his YouTube videos. Popular YouTube streamer iShowSpeed has called out “thumb media”. With more than 10 million followers on the YouTube platform, where he broadcasts, iShowSpeed has developed into one of the most well-known and youthful live broadcasters on the web in recent times.
IShowSpeed has called out a company known as Thumb Media for false copyrighting people who post his clips— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) August 26, 2022
The company has been claiming multiple YouTubers videos for months now with nobody seemingly knowing who they are pic.twitter.com/Mu6sVUWebh
As his admirers started sharing snaps of his video on TikTok in June 2021, his popularity increased in large. As a result, iShowSpeed quickly grew with over a thousand subscribers.
Ever since followers started complaining on his subreddit claiming that they were receiving fraudulent copyright claims on the clips they had posted, Speed has indeed started calling out a corporation on his Livestream.
Followers of iShowSpeed claimed that videos submitted to YouTube by subscribers are being copied by a firm called Thumb Media in a post made to his subreddit on August 24.
It states: “Speed a company called Thumb Media is copyright striking all the clip channels on your behalf. They are pretending it is you and making money abusing your image. They are destroying your community. Please contact Youtube and do something about this.”
Speed stumbled all over the article while responding to comments on his subreddit dated August 25 while his show. Having read that, he sought help from chat regarding how to prevent it from occurring.
One of the things that increased his success was fans recording videos of his streams, so it seems logical why he would desire to figure out how he could assist them.