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‘Discuz’ video series gets hit with copyright issue

A new series of videos called “Discuz” has been found to violate the copyright of the popular YouTube series.

“Discus,” as the series is affectionately known, started out as a short series of tutorials to help parents and students learn how to use the popular video sharing service.

The series has been taken down from YouTube, although users are still able to access the original episodes.

However, the series has now been taken offline again.

The original series, called “Cult of Discuz,” has since been taken off the platform as well.

However the videos “discuz” series is still available to stream and download on the popular subscription service YouTube.com.

“I feel like it’s a little bit of a waste, because I think it was a really cool series and people really liked it,” said one of the creators, who requested not to be named.

“It’s hard to find people that are willing to take on this kind of risk, but at the same time it’s kind of an interesting challenge for the community and it’s really a unique platform that’s really good for the creators.”

The creators of the series, who are also known as “Crimson” and “Titanic,” had set out to help the public understand how to make videos that are more educational than just showing clips of clips of movies.

“We’re trying to help kids to make their own videos that they can share with their friends and family, that they’re going to have fun making, and that they’ll be able to tell their kids about,” said Crimson.

“That’s really the fun of the videos.”

But the series started off as a series of “discus” videos.

The creators were hoping to bring back a kind of educational series to YouTube that would help the general public learn how video can be made in the age of YouTube.

“In the past we’ve seen a lot of people just upload and share the clips and the videos that you’re watching,” said Titanic.

“But I thought, how do we really help kids understand what we do?”

To help students understand how they can make videos with YouTube, the creators began by using an example from the “discussion forum” on YouTube.

YouTube has a discussion forum, or discussion page, where people can submit videos and share their ideas about how to create them.

The videos and the ideas that get posted there are used by YouTube to generate more videos and videos are posted more often.

The content in the videos is often not a commentary on the ideas or the concepts behind them.

“YouTube is a really big thing, but we just didn’t realize that a lot,” said the creators.

“People just want to watch YouTube and watch videos and that’s the way that we thought.”

But, with a new series, “Discuza,” a YouTube user posted a video showing that some of the ideas they posted were not supported by YouTube.

The creator of the video, Crimson, explained that they were going to try and make the videos more educational in order to help students.

The video has since gone viral.

“There are a lot people out there who are really excited to watch videos of us, and we wanted to make it even more educational,” said a voice in the video that the creators of “Discuazy” said they were trying to raise awareness for.

“So we’ve got the videos, but they’re not being made available to the general YouTube audience,” said Titans.

“They’re being taken down because of copyright issues.”

In the past, YouTube has been a place where videos have been shared and shared with millions of people.

However with a number of copyright disputes being brought against the content creators, the content is not being shared often enough to get the video to a larger audience.

The problem is that YouTube is very limited in how it allows users to post their content.

“If we don’t let the videos be posted to YouTube, we don�t get any monetization,” said Chris Brown, general manager of the YouTube account.

“The video is only worth the content, it doesn�t matter how many people watch it.”

The owners of “CustoZy” and the other creators have been using their content to raise money for various charities.

The most recent donation that was made was from a young girl named Emma, who wanted to show her appreciation for a video called “A Little More Drama.”

“We want to raise more awareness for a lot different charities that have been affected by the internet wars,” said Brown.

“For the most part the people that don�ts get affected by these wars are the people who are trying to make the