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Last week, the file-distribution site Megaupload launched a $3 million music video. It features the likes of Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Kim Kardashian, and many others offering testimonials Megaupload, set to a moderately catchy tune. It’s safe to say that music companies were not happy: they’ve been saying for months that Megaupload and other “cyberlockers” are blatant infringers making a mockery of copyright law. So when the video hit YouTube, UMG...
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This is an interesting one. I'm especially interested in YouTube's note that they reinstated the video. It's troubling that you still lose video uptime on a spurious claim, but I get the feeling this isn't quite as sinister as Mich on the Net is making it out to be.
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