How to Win YouTube Counter Notifications

Jason Paul Decanio aka The Queens New Yorker holds NO legal Copyright over the name “Queens New Yorker” or “The Queens New Yorker”. Jason Decanio has provided no copyright registration information or other tangible evidence that the material in question is in fact copyrighted by him or he owns the material, and I have a good faith belief that he doesn’t. The allegation of copyright violation is therefore in dispute, and at present unsupported. Another Copyright Troll has been Outed!

Jason Decanio, The complainant does not hold the copyright to the material in question, is not the designated representative of the copyright holder, and therefore lacks standing to assert that my use of the material is a violation of any of the owner’s Civil Rights. Office of the Attorney General on April 27th put out this Notice of Memorandum on balancing Safety with the preservation of Civil Rights.

A Copyright Counter Notification FORCES the YouTuber to LEGALLY prove their copyright complaint in a court of law. If they don’t follow through with any legal action any YouTube Copyright Complaint should be Null and Void after 30 days. How YouTube Fights Fraudulent Copyright Claims and Takedowns.