" ... Wednesday's 'RickRoll'D' disappearance may not be a copyright controversy at all.
On YouTube, the policy is take down first, ask questions after people start to complain. A glitch in the Content ID system may be behind the momentary loss of RickRoll'D, EFF attorney Julie Samuels speculated in a phone interview.
Sometimes, the difference between copyright protection, free speech and a glitch in the system gets decided after the fact."
Welcome to the world where bots use the law to their fullest extent.
ChurchHatesTucker: Seriously, the penalties for copyfraud should be *greater* than those for infringement, not laughably smaller.
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