I'm starting to notice more and more ASL videos being taken down on YouTube due to copyright infringement. Did anyone else notice the same? What I don't get is why that's necessary if the sign language users on YouTube are not monetizing from the music used in their videos. They're really educating us deaf people and making us understand what the songs are about by using sign language. I don't know, but I think it sucks that this is happening lately. If it weren't for these ASL music videos on YouTube, I would've have had a hard time understanding the lyrics in songs (I'm HOH for those that don't know). Here's a video by "AllyBallyBabe" explaining what happened to some of her ASL videos, and what will happen if she continues signing songs for the deaf community and sign language users. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87wEWDupiwg]YouTube - Some bad news...[/ame] For those that don't know sign language, this is what she said: What are your thoughts?