You Tube, reinstate Adrian "IronGeek" Crenshaw's YT Channel
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Adrian "IronGeek" Crenshaw, one of the hardest working volunteers in the Information Security Community, recently had his InfoSec Conference Video Archive taken off-line by Youtube, due to a purported TOS violation. As far as we can tell, the bulk of the violation is directly related to the word "Viagra" being in the title of one of the talks he had recorded. Of course the talk isn't about Viagra and it isn't "Viagra Spam", as YT seems to believe. It's just someone being funny with the title of their talk.
Please help us tell YT that we are NOT OK with them taking down the largest community archive of free InfoSec programming available for research purposes.
Adrian has relentlessly and tirelessly recorded weeks of free programming from dozens of InfoSec conferences throughout the U.S. Although this repository is also available on archive.org, the YouTube archives are where most people look first and foremost. Losing this outlet for research and learning is a terrible loss.
Thank you for your time and assistance in this matter.
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