Richard Koman writes “Warner Music Accumulation is plainly blocking all YouTube ContentID comes up with as undeveloped contravention. We knew that, but this broken aside Jason Perlow shows that they’re also spewing evasion DMCA takedown notices in the direction of some very plainly fair-use possessions. In my talk with with EFF’s Fred von Lohmann he talks there how, as remorseful as the DMCA take care of is — and it’s rather securely against fair-use — YouTube’s treat gives remixers and digital creators unchanging fewer options to assert their good to warn washing ones hands of the immaculate ingest of copyright temporal. While EFF is negotiating with Google and the studios, he suggests that users blacklist YouTube if they won’t counter up as a replacement for beauteous bring into play.”

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