plagiarise content for us, not from us
False take down request
Bots facing lawsuits… ah the future of mankind. This is what we all dreamt in the 70s, 80s and 90s.
They should open source it if it isn’t already.
I checked the browser requests on a reddit video, and they intentionally split the audio and video feeds to make it difficult to export.
I wonder if that is rather to make it so that people scrolling through with the sound off aren’t pulling down sound unnecessarily.
I don’t get why people don’t just use youtube-dl rather than flooding the comments
Some people don’t even know how to run command-line apps (or can’t, because they only use an iOS device) or where to even get started, just summoning a bot is simple and doesn’t require a lot of knowledge.
YouTube-DL works well for me, but I understand not everyone wants to deal with that.
This is just ridiculous, Reddit is going downhill fast
It’s interesting to see that Reddit’s comment was that they didn’t send the litigation threats.
bots are not lowkey
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