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YouTube users caught in Warner Music spat


YouTube users caught in Warner Music spat

Corey Vidal is no pirate, but he's been branded one as a result of the licensing spat between Warner Music Group and YouTube...

YouTube users should not assume copyright holders are always correct when they accuse someone of a violation, according to Fred von Lohmann, senior attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a watchdog group that advocates for the rights of Internet users. In the Viacom case, for instance, the company acknowledged erring in a small number of cases.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

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