YouTube is deleting videos and channels it deems containing instructional hacking vids. This obviously has chilling effects for confs and security youtubers.
I'm setting up a 44CON #peertube instance, hopefully later today but moving offices (yay hexchange day!) so it may take a while. If there are any security youtubers who want an account, reply here.
@stevelord Cool. Considering 44con seems to be a invite only/closed? event. What will be the policy for the peertube instance?
@stevelord Essentially any home computing channel can also be affected, I think. You know, because even Raspberry Pi and Arduino board can by extension also be used for hacking... 😆
@halcek ding ding ding, we got a winner. One youtuber got his channel pulled after posting a video about launching 4th of July fireworks over WiFi.
I stopped doing this years ago, since i did not like yt anymore but i would love to start doing videos again.
@stevelord how did you decide on that name? Does it have any specific meaning? 🙂
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!