Facebook video may be growing by leaps and bounds, but some content creators question the legitimacy of that growth. In a recent chain of Twitter posts, Fullscreen’s CEO George Strompolos blamed Facebook for not being more active in identifying and removing pirated content taken from YouTube.
In his tweets, Strompolos claimed Fullscreen content has been put on Facebook illegally by the site’s users. The CEO said several Fullscreen-owned videos, which have been ripped off and posted to Facebook (sometimes even by other media companies), have over 50 million views. But the multi-channel network makes no money from any of these clips, and currently, there’s no easy way for Fullscreen to report all these offenses.
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