translated from Spanish: They mock ‘Televisa’ for blocking ‘Youtubers’ videos; «infringe copyright»

Mexico.- This afternoon May 28, the television company, Televisa went viral after several youtubers reported that some videos were blocked where they mentioned telenovelas of the company said; this for infringing copyright, the report ensures.
One of those channels was Te lo summo que subes content where it gives a summary of what a novel, series or film is about, not necessarily current. The channel through his official twitter account shared the capture of what was a Televisa report via youtube, explaining that his video was deleted because it infringed copyright.
Today @Televisa blocked Marimar’s summary throughout Mexico. Let’s do TT on the #TelevisaNoTeEnojes so that it can be returned and all Latin America united can see it. Do it for me… or by Macha… or by Papa Pancho and Mama Cruz. – Posted the youtube channel

Today @Televisa blocked Marimar’s summary throughout Mexico. Let’s do TT on the #TelevisaNoTeEnojes so that it can be returned and all Latin America united can see it.
Do it for me… or by Macha… or by Papa Pancho and Mama Cruz. pic.twitter.com/wMRT7QuA2w
— I summarize it to you🥑 (@teloresumo) May 28, 2020

The hashtag immediately #TelevisaNoTeEnojes went viral, making taunts for the soap opera company.

#TelevisaNoTeEnojes
Hey @Televisa it burns you that someone like @teloresumo can make a better video than your whole 5-peso soap opera? And then they wonder why their company is declining, better hire Don Jorge is more graceful than all his writers put together >:( pic.twitter.com/6wWAcLh3iS
— Technology for all (@Tecnopara_todos) May 28, 2020

You’re very conservative, religious and pro-life, but since I was a kid, all your programming only looks like, TelevisaNoTeNoNoNonojes pic.twitter.com/HbMtagX0Nh
— 3,1416M!🧡 BBC 🐝 (@WhoTheUserCares) May 29, 2020

#TelevisaNoTeEnojes they throw a little hand at you to remember your horrible productions. pic.twitter.com/QXVI4ifOd8
— Hugo Daniel (@Umanoloable) May 29, 2020

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