I do have some that are "unlisted" so I know what you mean.
I was just taken aback by this company listing our videos as if they were their customers' feedback.
I don't have enough time left in my natural life to real all of YouTube/Google's fine print, but I think it's pretty safe to say that when you upload a video to Google's video sharing website, unless you state the video is private and not to be shared(I don't know if you can do that or if it would work if you did), you can assume that it will be shared by anyone who wants to. Knowing this is going to happen, as a business, you should place a "bug"(the company logo) on the video and/or include a title, name and website of your business somewhere in the video. That way, "sharing" the video works to your advantage. When you put content on a server you don't own, it's pretty tough to tell whoever owns the storage space and bandwidth what to do with it.
As far as the videos in the OP, where is the product being advertised? The company just shared the videos from YouTube, they don't claim ownership of the videos or state that they have any connection to the company. You could ask them to take them down or if they want to use them, ask for some free stuff. Or, take the videos off YouTube, when the company has to change their website to get rid of the dead vids, put them back up. Or change your YouTube channel and move the videos. If you would monetize the videos, you might make a few extra bucks by having them on the company's website.
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