Friday, May 14, 2010
How NOT To Challenge a YouTube Takedown
This is a really funny, foul language rant by a guy who is furious that he bought a CD, he gave credit in his video, but someone named WMG still keeps taking down the music he BOUGHT and PAID FOR! Synch rights are the issue.
Better analysis in the previous video posted here.
Labels: copyright infringement, copyright law, music downloads, music licensing, synch rights, youtube takedowns
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