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Re: YouTube Filled With Sounds of Silence
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2009-03-25 05:22:48
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Failed efforts to reach a licensing agreement have led YouTube to unceremoniously yank thousands of user-created videos from the site. YouTube is required to follow intellectual property rights laws, of course. However, critics of the move contend the creators' use of content in many of the videos is allowable under the so-called fair use doctrine, which has made a regular appearance in digital content lawsuits over the last decade.

Fool the damn filter
Posted by: ramblingjohnny 2009-04-20 10:27:30 In reply to: Erika Morphy
YouTube filter look for words in both the tags section, the title of the video, the description and the name of the file that you uploaded. So to fool the filter don't put things like song title, artist name, tv show title. That sort of thing will get pick off easily.

Posted by: Earthling 2009-03-25 14:25:14 In reply to: Erika Morphy
Soon we all get sued for whistling Dixe

This is getting pathetic should be after 10 years you loose you rights to any song you made your money. Just like patens expire so should this.
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