OnePlus turned MKBHD’s OnePlus 6 Review Into an AD!?!?



Did you know that any person can fork out for any video clip on YouTube to run as an advert with out the creator’s consent and devoid of observe? I failed to right up until it transpired to …

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44 thoughts on “OnePlus turned MKBHD’s OnePlus 6 Review Into an AD!?!?

  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    However, if MKBHD used a OnePlus6 youtube video to promote himself, he would be copyright striked (stricken?). With Lawyer letters Cease and Desist. Bet ya!

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    I'm pretty sure the TOS says they can do whatever they want with your videos. I can't believe you didn't know this after more than 10 years.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    There's just a really large problem with YouTube and their ads: whilst YouTubers get demonitised and essentially demonised by YouTube for saying something not completely family friendly, adverts can completely bypass this creating a double standard.

    Here's some ad related controversies within the past couple of years:
    -Random gaming videos being put up as adverts causing them to get millions of views
    -Homophobic/Harassing videos being played on prominent LGBTQ YouTubers' channels DURING PRIDE MONTH
    -All those totally-real game advertisements for the mobile game of the month with "streamers" who totally aren't actors (Mostly non issue but a mild annoyance)
    -Tons of spam videos being placed as adverts (in a similar way to MKBHD's video in this situation) promoting Free V-Bucks, Free Robux and Cracked Minecraft Account scams/viruses.
    -This issue.

    If a lot of ads were screened by the same guidelines YouTubers are forced to follow or risk losing any financial stability, a lot of ads wouldn't be on YouTube. This double standard of allowing seemingly any advert in that pays the right price whilst punishing creators ruthlessly is just terrible.

    Hey, I would suggest everyone moves to a different platform but there is no platform every single creator CAN move to. Uuuuuuuuuurgh

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Chinese style. where do you think china got all their technology? sad but that is how it is in china

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    PSA: Don’t watch this video while high. A lamp in the background starts moving on its own ffs 👀

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    If he didn't agree then he should just refuse to review their products from now on and post a video indicating why he is no longer doing so.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    I have an strong feeling that the story is not 100 accurate. I'm sure that there have been a party agreement.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Because of MKBHD oneplus gained popularity globally……. If u observe MKBHD gives away 100s of oneplus phones every year….. I guess there is a deal between both…..

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    That's obscene. It makes me wish I hadn't bought a OnePlus 6 now. As for YouTube they unfortunately seem to treat their content creators like crap.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Youtube should provide protection for their content creators because they are the life and blood of this platform!🤬

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Doesn't the You Tube agreement say that YouTube can use a creator's content for promotional purposes?

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    So basically, you think that it ok for a "creator" to make a video about a brand without asking permission to the said brand, but not for a brand to use a "creator" s video as a reference for their brand ! The very socialist and millenials way od seeing things ! : Give all to me, but expect nothing from me !

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Should the title not be Can You Trust One+, if they will steal from someone like MKBHT then what would they do to the regular consumers?

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    If your video is monetized then technically you’re getting “paid”. But what or who cares. I saw the one plus review from mbkhd and the whole time imo he wasn’t overly critical but he never is… unless it’s Bixby… I mean most youtubers will get the hammer if they down right diss a product. Copyright strikes? Demonization? I mean you gotta go in on a YouTube review or any review with a grain of salt.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Maybe MKBHD got paid for it, this is a assumption but after years of watching tech channels especially MKBHD I am 99% sure I can't trust his credibility.
    I mean turning someone's video into an ad makes the review video questionable.
    Was the review video positive because oneplus gave him money or was it because it was his genuine opinions?
    I can't say for sure.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    This has been happening for all types of content for a WHILE. This isn't a OnePlus issue. It's also not stealing. This is a feature of YouTube. Don't like it, perhaps stop using YouTube? Oh, you don't have the strength to do that and are making money off it? Well them sorry I can't take you serious.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Yea OnePlus also did this with UnboxTherapy's Unboxing of the OnePlus 6 back in May.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    I am going to go against the stream here. Assuming that one plus sent him the phone for him to review I would feel that they had the right to share how he feels about their products to the world. Companies and resellers do this all the time. If u review a product on Amazon you may see your review end up on the manufacturer web site, on home Depot site or where ever else said products may be sold. Just saying. A review is a review for the public to see. If a company likes your review so much that they turn it into an add, Be flattered.

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Youtube doesnt make money, they've been losing money since inception

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    Companies have been using Critics Reviews in their marketing since reviews have existed. Where the hell have you been? YouTubers aren't magically exempt from this practice. This has zero impact on his credibility. He reviewed the phone, loved it and the company decided to use his quote. Simple as that. There's no grand conspiracy. Sometimes companies will ask your permission before using it, other times they don't.

    You are trying to have your DRAMA Cake both ways on the one you imply this hurts his credibility, on the other hand it doesn't, then in the next minute you claim he should have been Paid, then the next sentence he shouldn't.

    Again Companies have used quotes in their marketing for over 50 YEARS and you and people commenting on this stupid video act like this is some brand new thing. The horror!

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    lol, you must be new to the internet…
    also, FYI, i saw an AD from OP6 with UnboxTherapy too! 🙂

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  • 16 juillet 2018 at 6:43
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    This is OnePlus, their VP lies openly on social media making wild claim of their product. Remember their smash your old phone to win a new OnePlus 1 campaign? Their open to girl only, record a video in underwear saying why you love OnePlus to win a OnePlus campaign? Remember OnePlus 1's spec sheet list LTPS screen as a feature when every LCD phone have LTPS screen?

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