I would consider myself to be a law-abiding citizen and as a writer, someone who has respect for copyright laws, particularly as it applies to the written word and major works of media, such as music, television shows and movies. So I completely understand why a company like Time Warner (or even ZDNet’s parent company, CBS) would be aggressive in protecting those copyrights, particularly in cases where music videos and TV shows are being uploaded in their entirety to popular video sharing sites, such as YouTube and Vimeo, in high-quality formats. This type of blatant content theft is unnaceptable and the media companies that own this content are perfectly within their rights to have it removed.
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I found a video of puppies on Youtube where WMG had YT remove the audio because the radio was playing in the background. The poster added their Sirius radio was on. Now if you pay for your Sirius radio wgas if its on in the background. This is just more greedy bullshit.