Public Request For YouTube To Lift The Ban On My dainismichel Account And My "is tinnitus curable?" video

Update October 24, 2012:

We’ve discovered that the correct terminology is “Repeal The Removal” of the video, not “lift the ban.”

Update October 23, 2012:

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Dear YouTube:
I cannot imagine that YouTube is against wholesome, scientifically grounded, honest, helpful and well-designed information. Quite likely the ban of my “is tinnitus curable?” video was just a mistake, with complaints initiated by angry, jealous, predatory, or lost personalities.

Who at YouTube really finds asking globally recognized tinnitus experts the question “is tinnitus curable?” in violation of spam, scam, or commercial deception policies?

In my opinion, scientifically sound thinking, appropriate therapeutic and medical attention — are NOT scams. Talking with experts about effective strategies for helping relieve a painful condition — is NOT deceptive. I figure YouTube agrees — or?

What about the video violates any YouTube policies?
When where why and how was the perceived violation determined? Was it just a mistake?

Since I, dainis w michel, as an individual, stand accused of violating YouTube policies — and may be inappropriately lumped with actual violators of your policies — I request that you kindly lift the ban. The longer the ban is in place, the more people will be harmed. How will YouTube hold itself responsible for lives lost as a result of its ban? For the pain and suffering caused?

Please accept that it’s pretty awful to be faced with such a degrading damaging and humiliating misperception of me — especially with a video that was not only gaining popularity — but that saves lives.

Please put me in touch with the individuals who determined the violation, or just reactivate the video so that people can benefit from healthy accurate helpful information on YouTube.

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2 thoughts on “Public Request For YouTube To Lift The Ban On My dainismichel Account And My "is tinnitus curable?" video

  1. Avatar of dainisdainis Post author

    From my Google/Youtube Support Discussion

    JDoors: please explain to me even “imagined” ways that my video could be in violation of YouTube’s rules.

    I asked globally recognized tinnitus experts the question “is tinnitus curable?”

    You write: “Google and YouTube are commercial sites and have rules. To use their sites you must comply with those rules.” I am complying with the rules of both sites.

    I cannot imagine that YouTube is against wholesome, scientifically grounded, honest, helpful and well-designed information. Quite likely the ban of my “is tinnitus curable?” video was just a mistake, with complaints initiated by angry, jealous, predatory, or lost personalities.

    In my opinion, scientifically sound thinking, appropriate therapeutic and medical attention — are NOT scams. Talking with experts about effective strategies for helping relieve a painful condition — is NOT deceptive. I figure YouTube agrees — or?

    JDoors, you cite “rules,” but neither Google nor YouTube have come forward (nor has anyone here in this thread) with information as to how my video could even come close to violation of the rules cited.

    Is asking a professional figure skater a question about figure skating in violation of YouTube rules?
    Is asking a specialist in helping people with acne about acne in violation of YouTube rules?

    Is creating a compilation of excerpts from interviews with doctors and therapists with tens of thousands of hours in helping people with tinnitus — a question about tinnitus — against YouTube rules?

    To ban the video, YouTube and Google must comply with their own rules.
    To ban a video, it is YouTube and Google who must explain who what when where why how.

    Saying that i have not “complied” with their “rules,” and to make those rules vacuous terms that one can fit anything into — is a pretty silly direction for both Google and YouTube.

    Please, if you are going to state that my video does not comply with any rules — be willing and able to describe how and in what way — and be willing to back that up with facts and scientifically valid thought.

    1. Avatar of dainisdainis Post author

      JDoors Level 19 (October 23 2012)

      Lots of bloviating, no facts. YouTube is not obligated to give you a detailed explanation, and they won’t.

      In my experience, when a user comes here and specifies what it is about their content that doesn’t violate the rules, they are intentionally avoiding the issue of what is violating the rules. My guess would be links you included.

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      CureTinnitus.org Replied (October 23 2012)
      What facts have you provided in this discussion JDoors?

      How do you define a fact?

      It’s unfortunate you perceive the facts I have mentioned as bloviating. In my opinion, using that term diverts from the issue.

      Why do you find it boastful that I present the facts about the expertise of the people interviewed?

      If you can find a perceived violation of the rules for us to discuss, our conversation would become productive.

      Why do find that YouTube and Google are not obligated to explain themselves? They can just “deem” a video whatever they want and remove it?

      A healthy discussion would examine the rules, the content of the video, and not just revolve in an impractical discussion of: “na nee na nee boo boo it’s our ball and we get to do what we want with it, and if we take the ball away we don’t have to explain ourselves you broke the rules and our rules are totally vague, and not only do you lose, but we get to label you with really damaging terms — ha ha — phooey on you — most kindergarten sandbox arguments are more mature — but phooey on you anyway you are banned.”

      For now, I’m going to assume it was a mistake initiated by malicious, predatory, uninformed, or toxic individuals.

      sincerely,
      dainis w michel




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