Post by Red Ninja Koopa on Jun 4, 2010 13:17:18 GMT -5
You should not. That isn't your content. It's Nintendo's. You have no right to make money off of it.
I was intrigued in a similar fashion a while ago, where one of the worst Pokémon Youtube Poops I ever made was eligible for the program. I would have liked to make money from that crap, but if I were to do that, I'm certain I would get into legal trouble. The Japanese publishers of the Pokémon anime destroyed "Brock and Ash are Gay Proof Included" recently.
Post by Ludwig Von Koopa on Mar 21, 2011 5:27:30 GMT -5
YouTube Partnership Program: Tutorial
What types of videos are acceptable for revenue sharing
The basic guidelines are simple: for a video to be eligible, you must have worldwide distribution rights to everything in the video, and it must abide by our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines.
Here are some specific examples of things that would make a video ineligible:
* Your video contains content that you didn't create or get permission from its creator to use, such as: o music o video images o photographs or artwork o live event o video game footage That's my entire channel o any other copyrighted content * Your video shows people from whom you did not get permission * Your video has content that would be inappropriate for children. We limit the YouTube Partnership Program to videos that can be shown to all age groups. See: Sexy Poker
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