I'm not sure if my problem went through already or not. I have several links that aren't working and that worked yesterday. I haven't checked all of them but I've checked quite a few and they all say "This video is restricted from being viewed on this domain". Is that an issue with my firewall or with SafeShare?
I have been using this site for over a year now and have never had a problem. Today it is telling me that the links I am pasting cannot be supported by this domain. The links I am using are the same ones I have used daily. What exactly does this mean?
This seems to be a recent development (this certainly worked last week) but I am now getting every single YouTube safeshare video appearing with an error message: 'This video is restricted from being viewed on this domain.'
Good Morning, I am a Media Specialist in an Elementary School in Manalapan, NJ. I downloaded the QR scanner on iPads, scanned The Enormous Potato, but it doesn't read aloud. If I copy the link in Safari, it opens. The same happens with other books.
In the past after I created a link I was given the option to download the video. This option does not appear anymore. Has something changed? Am I missing something? I am a teacher and wish to have quick and easy access to the videos. Thanks!
On the front of your website, it says that it will remove ads from all videos. I am concerned for any issues in which the YouTube video owner will lose ad agency compensation if I view the video on SafeShare and not YouTube, since it is based off of how many viewers actually view the ad. Are there any legal concerns about this?
Hello, I am just wondering about the legality of using other people's videos on this site. It is my understanding that some YouTube-ers receive ad revenue from their videos being in YouTube. If we pull their videos out of YouTube and away from the ads, aren't they technically losing money? Do I need to get permission from video authors to create a safeshare link for their video? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
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What if you made available the ability to sign-up for subdomains on SafeShare? Here's how I see it:
1. Each school/business would have it's own subdomain (e.g. harvard.safeshare.tv). This would allow school filters to whitelist content from/to that subdomain while blocking the main site and other subdomains.
2. Those generating SafeView videos for a safeshare subdomain would need to be securely logged-in, and each school would have control over which users had the permissions to generate SafeView videos. Ideally, these permissions
If SafeShare plans to remain free, could source material be made available so schools could run their own safeshare intranet site, using IIS or something like a tinyweb server?
Our district's firewall currently blocks SafeShare for students as "streaming media", but maybe if our district had control over which videos were safe-shared, they would be open to using this technology.
I just purchased a $30 QR packet with books to open on our IPads in my classroom. The reader will read the code but it keeps giving me an Error DateInterval::_construct(): Unknown or bad format() message. What do I do?