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Uri Geller sued after quashing questioning clip

EFF IN THE NEWS
July 18, 2007

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has sued Uri Geller after he persuaded YouTube to remove a video, which he said violated his copyright...

'Uri Geller may not like it when people question his paranormal abilities. However, he is not allowed to stifle public criticism by misusing the law,' said EFF staff attorney Marcia Hoffman. 'If the publication of a video does not infringe his copyright, then he cannot block its use - it's as simple as that.'

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