Hire a person that know sign language to review our video.
  • Petitioned YouTube LLC

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YouTube LLC

Hire a person that know sign language to review our video.

    1. Petition by

      HAROLD AMBEAU

      Berlin, Germany

it's unfair treatment. Our videos are beeing removed and our accounts get terminated, due to the fact that youtube does not understand our sign language and therefore does not know what we are saying in our videos. I made a video that explains more...click the link to watch it. http://youtu.be/BL0a96GUKww

To:
YouTube LLC, The YouTube Team
Hire a person that know sign language to review our videos.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Christopher Krier PINEHILL, NJ
      • 11 months ago

      I may not be deaf. But I have friends who are deaf. This is technically ALREADY illegal to do. Its discriminating against a disability. This can actually not only be a petition but a law suit.

      Or at least It should be already illegal. Depends on gray areas...

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    • Gary Castens PEORIA, IL
      • over 1 year ago

      censorship done by people who doesn't even know what they censor

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    • Edward Oldham RICHMOND, KY
      • over 1 year ago

      I have feeling that YouTube need to improve and stop those people who are bullied.

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    • Noreen Giesbrecht WINNIPEG, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      make sure let deaf people and they have different value joke and dirty laugh etc.... lots Deaf culture. thank you

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    • Deborah McKague DANVILLE, VA
      • over 1 year ago

      i have seen many video in sign language that do not violate You Tube TOS and got their video removed and account suspended this voilates our freedom of speech hiring sign language interpreter to preview videos that was flagged

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