I cc: Norman Siegel my lawyer and a dream team of lawyers and BCC: newspapers and the ACLU.
I filmed this out on the street in NYC -- a public street and the people filmed and identified are public servants that work for the City of New York.
The NYPD officers badge numbers are public domain.
The NYPD badge you see is partially obscured by text and the badge id is part of public domain.
This continues to be in my opinion on going harassment.
May we know who is filling the complaint and also what specifically the person complaint concerns are as perhaps I can learn more about who is attempting to violate my rights.
This video and the other one where filmed out in a public street.
It is impossible to violate someone's privacy on a public street and filming civil servants especially Det. Lynch who was being abusive and violated protocol.
CCRB has already copied the video because I had to alert the investigators of this harassment and threat of removal of my work and Internal Affairs was alerted as I asked IA to please look at the video.
Why does google youtube allow annoymous people to take down my work.
Please stop this policy and make the person identify themselves, their contact information, their specific concerns and if my my freedom of speech and my first amendment rights are violated I will take legal action.
Suzannah B. Troy
Dear 167994459, This is to notify you that we have received a privacy
complaint from an individual regarding your content:
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The information reported as violating privacy is at 0_01-6_58
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like to give you an opportunity to review the content in question and
remove any personal information that may be used to uniquely identify or
contact the complainant. You have 48 hours to take action on the
complaint. If you remove the alleged violation from the site within the 48
hours, the complaint filed will then be closed. If the potential privacy
violation remains on the site after 48 hours, the complaint will be
reviewed by the YouTube Team and may be removed pursuant to our Privacy
Guidelines (http://www.youtube.com/t/privacy_guidelines). For content to
be considered for removal, an individual must be uniquely identifiable by
image, voice, full name, Social Security number, bank account number or
contact information (e.g., home address, email address). Examples that
would not violate our privacy guidelines include gamer tags, avatar names,
and address information in which the individual is not named. We also take
public interest, newsworthiness, and consent into account when determining
if content should be removed for a privacy violation. If the alleged
violation is located within the video itself, you may have to remove the
video completely. If someone's full name or other personal information is
listed within the title, description, or tags of your video, you can edit
this by going to My Videos and clicking the Edit button on the reported
video. Making a video private is not an appropriate method of editing, as
the status can be changed from private to public at any time. Because they
can be turned off at any time, annotations are also not considered an
acceptable solution. We're committed to protecting our users and hope you
understand the importance of respecting others' privacy. When uploading
videos in the future, please remember not to post someone else's image or
personal information without their consent. For more information, please
review our Privacy Guidelines
The YouTube Team