YouTube: 'We Will Live In Our Glass House And Throw Stones And, You Know, Whatever Else We Want, For That Matter, And We Don't Give A Hoot What Any Of You Have To Say About It!'

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[Michael] Arrington, the force behind TechCrunch.com and a self-proclaimed YouTube fan, was dumbfounded yesterday when the company sent him a cease-and-desist letter.
YouTube's attorneys claim he aids people in making unauthorized copies of videos posted on YouTube's site.
The charge is ironic considering YouTube is struggling with similar issues. The company has said it complies with copyright laws and removes unauthorized clips when notified, but users continue to post clips from popular TV shows and music videos without permission.

YOUTUBE COMPLAINS ABOUT COPYRIGHT. NO, REALLY. [NY Post]

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