c3 exec Jeff Boxer resigns after sexual-misconduct reports

The executive director of US artist-rights body the Content Creators Coalition, Jeff Boxer, has resigned after three women published blog posts alleging sexual misconduct (links here, here and here). “The Executive Board of Content Creators Coalition is deeply troubled by reports of sexual misconduct by our executive director, Jeff Boxer. We convened an emergency board […]

YouTube responds to Content Creators Coalition takedown claim

Yesterday, we reported on the claim by the US Content Creators Coalition (c3) that YouTube had removed one of its spoof ads protesting about the company’s music-licensing. The video was later returned to the service. Now YouTube has made a statement putting its side of the story. The post YouTube responds to Content Creators Coalition […]

YouTube criticised for taking down c3 spoof video

Last week, we reported on the launch by the US-based Content Creators Coalition (c3) of a pair of spoof video ads on YouTube, criticising the service’s approach to music licensing. A few days on, YouTube has landed itself in hot water by reportedly removing one of the ads, ‘Pennies vs. Dollars’, from its service due […]

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