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12 deviants saidFuck you like the Fine Bros you fucking sellout! (lawl topical humor)
There's an important movement happening on Youtube, and while it mostly affects film reviewers and gamers, We here in the deviant art community dabble in enough fan art and copyright line walking that this movement could just as easily affect us. Remember SOPA and PIPA? Well those were the result of a shitty and poorly written set of laws almost becoming shittier. Here's a movement that's actually making progress to fix the system, not by shooting down new laws, but by actually getting the government to start looking at why the Internet keeps fighting back whenever things lika SOPA happen.
Where's the Fair Use (#WTFU) started on Youtube with Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic) and he remains one of the front runners. And a whole mess of internet people have fallen in line with him, and chances are you watch at least one of them (Markiplier, I hate Everything, your movie sucks, Jeremy Jahns, PBG, etc) The list is long. Now in the near future is an opportunity for content creators to meet with lawmakers to discuss the internet and the abuse of copyright claims, and there's one lovely thing you can do to directly contribute.
There's always the push by the industry that "Reviews and Let's Plays steal business from us" but #WTFU wants to prove that reviews and let's plays encourage business more than hurt it. If you've ever bought a movie, a game, a friggin book! Anything based on the word of any kind of reviewer, go here www.takedownabuse.org/ and tell them what it was. I wrote at least 5 things off the top of my head. Shit if you've ever checked out an anime because someone here on deviant art diapered up a character from it (I actually have come to think of it) write that down. We're not exactly reviews or anything but what we as fanartists do still falls into the fair use bubble and our influence exists as well.
If you want to follow the WTFU movement, it's available on Doug Walker's youtube channel, but I'll provide some of the highlights videos so check them out for yourself, and go tell the government to stop being such a piece of shit about this whole copyright thing.