BEHOLD! Fox News Creates Legal Controversy Out of Thin Air

In the 8th Hate by Numbers, Cracked.com’s Gladstone takes a look at Fox News, Could it be their least impressive illusion yet?!

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Viacom vs YouTube Fails Video Two Fail Toys Review and News Report by Mike Mozart

(Viacom Owned Gametrailers Reviewer BANNED Link! http://screwattack.com/videos/Modern-Warfare-2-Review-The-Rageaholic )

Viacom CLAIMED PUBLICLY to have taken down 160,000 TOTAL copyright infringing clips uploaded to youtube. ( Depending on the Source either 100,000 or 160,000)

BUT WHY is the Viacom Corporation only seeking A Billion Dollars for just 63,000?

Why is Viacom NOT claiming the other nearly 100,000 OTHER Removed clips in the Legal Case Against YouTube?

Did Viamon take down almost 100,000 of YouTube Users Copyrighted or Fair Use Clips Falsely? Did Viacom realize AFTERWARDS that IT could NOT seek damages for those nearly 100,000 clips because those Clips were not Viacom’s Property or were Fair Use??

Viacom acted as Judge Jury and Executioner of these Removed Clips. Now the Public Cannot view these Clips to Judge for Themselves. Viacom is Using the Law to Hide what they have done.

Viacom admitted only 60 to 70 “Accidental Take Downs” to the press “A mere Handful” and “Insignifigant Amount”. There should have been NO Accidents. Viacom needed View EACH Clip FIRST then Determine under penalty of Perjury if it Infringed Viacom’s Copyrights. NOT ONE should have been Accidental.

Viacoms Public Statement Already is an admission of a serious Crime and Perjury commited against YouTube users. YouTube users are people mostly KIDS with Rights equal to Your GIANT Corporation Viacom. Each error created an innocent Victim!

The YouTube Community represents NEARLY All of Viacom’s Entire Target Market that Actually spends Good Money to WATCH Paramount Movies, MTV Movies and Buy your Spongebob and Dora Products!

Your Random, Flawed takedown Procedure was nothing less than criminal against the YouTube Community, Crimes Against Kids!

The YouTube Community has Questions

YT Legal Team, Look at this Comment by RyuDarragh, again Viacom can’t Identify their OWN Content!

They’re all clueless. I mean, seriously clueless. Even other companies, like Paramount, are susceptible to this kinda idiocy. DreamWorks Animation posted a clip to their own, official, YouTube channel from “How to Train Your Dragon” – and Paramount_vfp, the distribution company, has apparently filed a DMCA against it. You’d think that would never happen, but these snakes will indeed bite the hand that feeds them, so it’s no surprise Viacom is not too bright here 😛

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Sean Carter on Supreme Court to post timely audio of oral arguments

The Supreme Court announced Tuesday that it will begin releasing audio recordings of all of its oral arguments in a more timely manner.

It will post the recordings on its Web site on Fridays in the weeks it hears arguments. The court already posts same-day transcripts of the arguments, which normally occur on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Previously, tapes of the arguments, maintained by the National Archives, were generally not available until the term was over.

But the court also said Tuesday that it would end the practice of releasing audio of its most important cases on the same day they are heard, a decision that disappointed some news media organizations.

Cameras are not allowed in Supreme Court proceedings, and in the past, media groups petitioned the justices to release the same-day audio. But no requests were granted last term, and justices have complained about having to decide which cases warranted the special treatment.

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