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Who's responsible?

By uploading data (videos), the user acknowledges that the data cannot be changed or deleted in any way or form and that any user who knows the unique hash (video ID) assigned to the upload can view and download it at any time now or in the future or until the world is hit by some kind of EMP wave that destroys our world into oblivion and makes us have to live in the woods and eat chickens that we have named and call our friends. - Basically the video is visible worldwide and linked to the uploader within the BitTube database (if bit.tube was the platform that was used to upload it).

In order to protect the 'law' only a group concencous (non voted members) can remove the ability to find the unique hash and its contents online from a search by the member of the public on the bit.tube platform, however the file will remain nomatter how filthy and stinkig it is (unfortunately or fortunately, depends on how you look at it). This is to protect, can we say, the greater good?

Only data that is owned by the you the user may be uploaded into the IPFS network. The user has to respect copyright laws as well as personal rights and will be held legally responsible upon breach of these laws and/or rights in whatever country they reside and sometimes across borders for serious offences.

BitTube reserves the right to delete links to data uploaded to the IPFS network if the files do not comply with these rules.

BitTube is not a data center and has no administrative access to the data. BitTube provides access to the public and free IPFS network. Through this access, data can be uploaded without BitTube being able to access or censor it.

All data uploaded to the IPFS network can be viewed by any user who knows the 'hash' of the file. Therefore, all files are always public. When uploading via BitTube, you can decide whether the hash value should be public to the bit.tube network (anyone can find it via the search engine), should be accessed only by a specific user group (only the users belonging to this group can see the link) or not shared at all (the entry remains private). Although there are hundreds of other sites that use the IPFS for storage as hoarding data seems to be the in thing.

Here comes the big one - although the IPFS is available to all at any time and is uncensorable - it is possible for anyone who uploaded or runs the network to decide to place a password on the resource in order to gain access to it. - This is to stop propergation of things that normal human beings like you and me rely on in order to stop the world becoming an anarchy of men just walking around fucking what they want when they want and if they cant just killing them or beating them up into a pulp.


Privacy policy:- This website and extension neither collects, stores or shares data, third party or otherwise. The only data used is the current YouTube page the user is on, which is then 'tunnelled' to BitTube for video processing and relay through the browser.