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McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

Discussion in 'Youtube and Vimeo Problems' started by 043, Oct 15, 2008.

  1. 043 Member

  2. Anonypeg Member

  3. Kilia Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    From the link...

  4. 043 Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    EVERYBODY'S RIGHTS SHOULD BE PROTECTED
    EVERYBODY'S RIGHTS SHOULD BE
    EVERYBODY'S RIGHTS SHOULD
    EVERYBODY'S RIGHTS
    EVERYBODY'S
  5. shawnonymous Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    Teh Maverik (not TC) is on our side?
    ...ossam
  6. 0815 Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    I'm not sure if this is only in his own interest because he faces the same problems we have COPYRIGHTS.
    JewTube is not going to care unless they receive some financial consideration to restore the content.
  7. 043 Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    It just raises the visibility of the issue, and REALLY gets the EFF's attention.

    AND, we were mentioned in the article (indirectly).
  8. mrfyde Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    Yep, its a WIN in my book.

    (Vote for who you like best, or not)
  9. 0815 Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    I don't trust the EFF because they have not been able to stop Ollie and I want him gone first. Maybe we can ask the candidates to remove him to Gitmo!
  10. MarcabEmpress Member

  11. anonspilz Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    Irony.

    McCain helped the DMCA pass.
  12. snowwhite165 Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    I love it.
  13. moose Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    thats probably the stupidest thing I read on this forum for weeks!
  14. Anonypeg Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    Can you explain to me why not being able to stop Ollie makes you distrust the EFF? I"d also like to know why you think making YouTube's DMCA policies visible is a bad thing. I see it as pressure to reform, but I'm finding you (probably unintentionally) paint things in a bad picture. It's best to try and focus more on ideas, not anti-ideas. By your logic, it's been 9 months and Anonymous hasn't been able to stop Scientology, so does that mean you don't trust Anonymous? I personally think every little bit matters. The EFF is our friend.
  15. themadhair Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    Because it would be dumb if anyone thought otherwise.
  16. FraggedMind Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    But the article does mention the right of pubilcity in concern to Couric...which made me think of Ollie right away. It is the last paragraph:
  17. iaxiloll Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    Win is win, vote for who you laik.
  18. mko Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    Right of publicity, WTF?

    Stars are made by their audience...
  19. 0815 Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    The EFF has its own agenda and I feel they use us as their private army. What have they done against Ollie at this point in time. I want them to speak out officially against him for his crimes.
  20. moose Member

    Re: McCain weighs in on YouTube removal policy

    ^^more BS from 0815.
    sure they have their own agenda! what that is can be read at their website.
    This has nothing to do with 'private army'.
    theres no point in asking them to 'speak out officially'... and who the fuck are you anyway?

    lurk moar, dont tell other people what to do, or GTFO.

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