Every now and then I find out that a video posted in one of my old hubs will no longer play, often times saying it was taken off. Is this a copyright issue? What other possible reasons could a video be removed from Youtube?
I have had this happen now and then. Sometimes it just says the owner has withdrawn the video etc. If this happens I just find another version of the song etc and use it instead.
Unless you contact the person who posted the video and ask, anything else will just be a guess.
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