- GTA 5 cheats videos: Rockstar and YouTube banning accounts showing GTA Online exploits
- The Best 'GTA 5' YouTube Channels
- How to Record GTA V Videos and Share Them on YouTube
GTA 5 cheats videos: Rockstar and YouTube banning accounts showing GTA Online exploits
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Remember the Grand Theft Auto 5 mod which let you throw exploding Samsung Note 7 phones instead of grenades? Well, Samsung is trying to scrub footage of it from YouTube. The tech giant - whose Note 7 phones have now been removed from sale because they really do explode - has issued a copyright claim against a popular video of the mod thanks, Kotaku. It's a surprisingly petty move, but presumably based on the legal assumption it holds legal rights over the phone's fan-made 3D model. Hundreds of other videos which show the mod are still online - it seems unlikely Samsung will go after them all. Samsung has now pulled all Note 7 handsets from sale after repeated instances where they caught fire or exploded - sometimes in a user's pocket, and once on an aeroplane, which grounded the flight. The company is offering Note 7 owners a full refund and has advised all of its customers to switch off and return the phone immediately.
YouTube has removed content from GoldenGunGames after issuing three strikes to the channel for posting glitch videos. As VG points out, GoldenGunGames was hit with three strikes for posting eight of the offending videos over the course of two weeks. The channel revealed the news on Twitter , telling followers that it was now suspended from uploading videos. Before they were taken down, the videos showed players how to use guns in passive mode, how to turn body parts invisible and how to get unlimited money. With glitches giving players an unfair advantage in GTA Online, Rockstar is keen to stop cheaters from learning about exploits before they can be used. Ubisoft has also had a problem with exploits and how to deal with cheaters in its multiplayer shooter The Division. After experimenting with a system whereby first-time cheaters were given a short suspension, Ubisoft has now started issuing permanent bans for a first offence.
GTA V is rated M, meaning it is intended for people aged 17 and above. And yet, on YouTube, some people use GTA V to make shows for children, some of which get millions of views per episode. Kids are big business on Youtube, and many of the largest channels on the service cater specifically to them. Usually, these videos are educational, and they teach kids how to count or learn the alphabet. A Cartoons Cars Songs for Kids video with 8 million views.
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