1. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
    Hello

    i have a solution by protecting your link from DMCA

    each time your video deleted then an other link created automaticly

    PM me if you are interested
     
  2. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
  3. Igutin

    Igutin Well-Known Member

    Apr 17, 2017
    218
    so basicly openload.icu?
     
  4. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
    almost like that
    you give the original link than it gives you a crypted url
    and each time the video deleted a new video created
    that crypted url test if the video deleted or not to create new video
    and no need to change the crypted url
    and the url is crypted like: website.com/uptostream.php/a8d8a-da897ad-azd87z-adazd

    you can make your own protected website that if you want the script
     
  5. vewer

    vewer Member

    Oct 29, 2018
    9
    But how does that protect from DMCA takedown requests? If the video is not deleted, won't the requester see that the video is still available?
     
  6. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
    if the video not deleted than it's working fine
     
  7. vewer

    vewer Member

    Oct 29, 2018
    9
    Huh..?? We are talking about DMCA takedown requests right? If the video is not deleted, then the requester may take action against your site..
     
  8. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
    i meant not my website
    the scripts it's only for the videos that you share on your website or in other websites
    the script is creating a video link (with crypted url) and each ttime this video has been deleted it create an other video without changing the crypted url
     
  9. vewer

    vewer Member

    Oct 29, 2018
    9
    So if I have a website with videos on it, and someone requests that I delete a video. I then go ahead and delete the video, and then the script creates another video? So it creates a completely different video content? But the URL is still the same? So when someone visits that same URL again, after I have deleted the video, what will that person see?
     
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2019
  10. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
    you will see the same video but by an other copy defirent than you deleted
    example in netu, uptostream . ... .
    you take the link of the video then your crypt it and share the crypted link
    each time the video deleted the script will re-upload the video again with the same crypted url
     
  11. vewer

    vewer Member

    Oct 29, 2018
    9
    But if it's the same video (e.g. the same movie), just a different video file, why bother deleting it and then re-uploading it at all?

    If the DMCA requester visits that same crypted URL again (because it does not change), he will see the same video (that same movie).. so he will see it as: you did not comply with the initial take down request.
     
  12. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
    i dont get what you really meant sorry
    example dmca ask netu or uptostream to remove this the film Shazam with this url (e. netu.tv/shazam-012.avi) , then they will remove the link that is given,
    then my script will create an other video has a defirent link (e. netu.tv/shazam-012987.avi)
    and the protected url like (protect-url.org/video=87az-a64z-az65-adq5-d45q)
     
  13. vewer

    vewer Member

    Oct 29, 2018
    9
    Ok, but the protected URL (protect-url.org/video=87az-a64z-az65-adq5-d45q) is the one that you share with others right? The protected URL remains the same? You will be redirected to the same movie (Shazam) every time you visit the protected URL?
     
  14. cURL

    cURL Member

    Jun 15, 2019
    20
    yess exactly but u dont visit that url
    only who have streaming website they need this to protect theyr own links
     
  15. inside83

    inside83 Well-Known Member

    May 24, 2019
    137
    @vewer I think what @cURL is trying to say is, you need to put a statement on your site "We do not host any content, we only provide links to the severs that do" or something like that and then when you get a takedown request, you can say that you don't have anything to do with it.
     

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