In an effort to bring justice to the YouTube community, former police officer Ian Carter takes on the title of "Content Cop". Using his old police uniform and raw wit, Ian sets out to stop the creators that bring nothing but discord to his online city.
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Following AJP's multiple responses to the content cop, Ian goes over the counterclaims made in AJP's videos and systematically destroys each of them.


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 Content Cop / ... (12 episodes, 2015-2017)
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Dark-humoured, wise-cracking personality iDubbbz brings criticism and mentality to the online hellhole known as "YouTube", taking down awful users such as thieving reaction channels, liberal SJW skanks, pompous no-chinned millennials and dirty, egotistical gnomes. The fight for good content has begun.

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"Content Cop - Leafy" is widely considered to be the most influential installment in the series, as the 19 minute critique managed to collapse Leafy's YouTube channel, and cut his cult viewership down to merely 200,000 views a video, what used to be a average 1,000,000. The infamous hashtag it spawned #nochin, also managed to nationally trend in the US on Twitter. See more »

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Very excellent work of art
17 October 2016 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

As the series announces at the start, it based on a true story. The essentials are true, and to get so much history into a film things have to be condensed. Unfortunately unnecessarily inaccurate things were portrayed which didn't save any time. For example, iDubbbz mutters under his breath so most audiences will not notice, that the fans made the first crucial breakthrough. By the start of the series, the fans led by MaxMoeFoe had been watching Content Cop for over six years and built the first sub-reddit, called "Idubbbz" in 2014.

In July 2016 the fans passed on all the information to the Content Cop including details of the felonies and their successes at a meeting which included Leafy. The problem started to mount for the fans and later the Content cop when other rotors could be swapped in and the indicator method was changed by Keemstar The film is correct in showing that iDubbbz genius was using known words from the coded messages to reduce the myriad of possibilities. This idea happened in 2014 and so he started from the outset to design the Content Cop videos to use this method.


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