Youtube.com, a worldwide platform where anyone can post videos on the internet, has recently announced that they will launch an advertisement-free subscription service in late October 2015. Initially, it will only be available in the United States for $9.99/month.  YouTube will offer original content, including feature length films starring famous vloggers (video bloggers) such […]
Michelle Phan Sued By Ultra For Copyright Infringement I know I’ve seen it many times, and it’s not people’s fault they don’t know: YouTube users upload videos with music they don’t own every day. Sometimes the user even leaves a “no copyright infringement intended” comment in the video description. Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as that. Also, contrary […]
YouTube Changes Cause Creators to Consider Strategic Partnerships With Multi-Channel Networks (“MCN”) So That They Can Avoid Content ID Problems and Monetize Their Videos Faster. In 2007 Viacom sued YouTube claiming that YouTube intentionally violated their copyrights in television properties like “South Park” by allowing users to upload full episodes of Viacom’s programs onto the YouTube platform. Seven […]
The film “Innocence of Muslims” has been quite the pot-stirrer. The video first caused trouble on September 11, 2012, when a series of protests and violent attacks began in response to the YouTube trailer for the film. The film was considered blasphemous by many Muslims, thus spawning a reaction at an American embassy in Cairo, which […]
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