The practice of copying content creators' intellectual property on the internet is quite common, especially when the content creator is as popular as Twitch's most prominent political commentator.
Hasan has a fairly relaxed approach when it comes to people who want to make, and even profit, off fan and clip pages that contain his intellectual property, contrary to other creatives who may be more litigious.
Hasan has no problem with people taking things off of his website and posting them elsewhere. Even if they are monetizing the content for themselves, he has no problem with people repurposing his clipsas long as they promote his brand.
I'm fucking ride for all of my fan channels, according to him. YouTube has taken down a lot of the fan channels, including Daily Dose of HasanAbi, and stopped monetizing them. I want them to continue monetizing. I want them to do whatever the fuck they want. I dont care about their existence. I encourage it.
He explained that fan pages that showcase all of his work are beneficial to his business. He asks that anyone who links his Twitch page to other social media accounts like TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter.
Daily Dose of Hasan and Hasanabi Productions are examples of what constitutes an acceptable fan page. The YouTube channels state that they are not affiliated with Hasan directly, but that they credit him as a content creator.