First off buddy, thanks for your reply about my comment. And don't worry. I had simply asked a question. I was expecting answers like yours. However, yours is a bit different. You're the first person to actually give me legitimate documents on fair use of content in the U.S.
I know you don't want to get too involved. But since YouTube is so diverse. Wouldn't that mean that YouTube is forced to act on all laws and regulations within every country besides America? Because If everybody is forced to work under the same Law as the U.S. with fare share use. (WHICH I THINK WOULD BE GOOD)
Then how is Nintendo getting away with doing this? I think it is just that. I think that YouTube has to respect the laws of all countries in one website. But your statement is correct.