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February 06, 2009

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Brad Fallon

Internet geeks who post any videos to YouTube should be more careful this time because companies are so insensitive when they will know that their products or music releases have been used for the video. Copyright or not, they should consider when someone posts in good or bad faith. One word, freedom...

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Fair enough for readers. I understand it clearly now what your point is.

Jay

Point well taken, people really to be aware of the Digital Copyright world we live in.

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