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I would rather my information be known by the Government than a privately owned company.
And 1 more thing AKappy, its not so much about privacy, but the legal status they have with this power. If they dont have the legal right to see what we see and upload (like Viacom content) we can`t have a suit against us for copyright blah blah blah. If they do have the right then they can have that suit.
"Viacom is bigger than all of you, and so is Corporate America for that matter. SUCK IT UP!"Yes but Corporate America is bigger than Viacom. Many many companies want to see them fail, we can use their help.
This guy is just a guy who brings popularity to the subject, in my master plans to not only re-modify the Copyright laws, but to also create a channel for all the old Viacom shows people want to see.
No, you don`t understand, that receptionist is the kingpin. It`s the perfect crime.
This is the age of INTERNET, we need newer laws for this age
FIGHT THE MAN!
All those who says we are a small force against a larger one....well guess what?? If CAN be done! All we need is hope. All we need is confidence! WE JUST GOTTA BELEIVE!!!!
This CAN be doneIf we CAN we WILL fight to the last.
FOR YOUTUBE AND THE INTEWEBZ!
Although I`m pretty sure Viacom is only seeing who views the copyrighted stuff. The stuff that should be taken down in the first place. That`s their whole case, making Youtube enforce Copyright Infringement laws better.
Viacom is trying to, oh idunno, enforce the law?!
When campaigning against something and making a video out of it because you have a message to say, follow the following etiquette:
"Don`t swear to make your argument valid."A swear word may be used, appropriately, but "F*ck VIACOM" and their "bull$hit lawsuit" should not constitute your first argument.
Explain what has happened, in plain english, explain what the problem is, then give argument as to what you intend to do about it and what you want others to do about it.
I watched 15 seconds, realized the guy knew nothing of what he was talking about because his first sentence included the word "F*ck" twice and immediately realized this guy was a total f*cking idiot.
I enjoyed this one,ViaCom employee answers:Ryan: HELLO!?Employee: Yes, I`m H-Ryan: **** ****** **** *** *** **** ***** **** *** **** **** *****Employee: No need to blow up sir.. I-Ryan: BLOW UP? BLOW UP!? IM A MUSHROOM CLOUD MOTHERF*CKING MOTHERF*CKER.-click-
Are you really that much of a slave, no, not even a slave, a trained dog to Google and youtube that when it, a company that has only considered you a number is attacked by something else you act as if your best friend is being mugged?
Yes, Youtube is funny and entertaining, and so are several things that Viacom owns, but if you lose them, you will survive; you probably will become better for it too. (some people may even learn how write in English again... although probably not)
Seriously, you that defend Google when Viacom attacks are pathetic.
However, if you don`t like Viacom, study law, and bring a case against it yourself.
Ugh! you nwo zombie! O.o
yea, i dont know i think he should have thought through his wording a bit...maybe put a better point in..its an invasion of privacy. duh. those of you who say you dont care just wait till they take it to the next step, then the next, then the next....lets see what privacy means to us then? eh?
But what Google can do that Viacom can`t is gather a volunteer army and attack other corporations. That`d be pretty badass.
Could I be sued for watching a music vid on youtube? I`m supposedly protected by the UK "Data Protection Law" which is supposed to stop poo like this happening, but Viacom + Google have royally screwed us over. Everyone visiting this site has watched copyrighted material at one point or another....We have no idea how far this will go...so yes..be worried!
Viacom are fcking with privacy laws. Its not Youtube, but google. Whats next? Could any company or goverment demand to see your viewing habbits on the net because you may or may not have vistited a site they deem illigal? >>>
$2,500 per incident plus punitive damages, court costs and attorneys fees. Yea, I`m on board! SINK Viacom!
I only pirate music.
The Video Privacy Protection Act. Read it.
I have the greatest motive to want to see Viacoms copyright thing fail miserably... I want to see Amanda Bynes getting slimed.
So you know.... I got that going for me
I read it ^^ Thanks.
To hell with Viacom.