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March 01, 2007

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Alexandra

Well, YouTube spamming will be a serious threat -- and one that has already revealed itself when a major blog tried a similar tactic, but got caught -- link:
http://advancedmediacommittee.typepad.com/emmyadvancedmedia/2007/02/bootlegging_boo.html

Mark Cuban has content he wants to sell, so naturally he would be bothered by it being stolen. What I don't get is -- content creators are being so slow to offer some alternative -- some way to see their material online.

Until they get with it, piracy is going to dominate. It's obvious.

- Alexandra

Ryan

Does anyone else find it hilarious that a dude who got rich by stealing other people's content is mad at people stealing content?

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