YouTube Copyright Basics (Global)…. actually it is Google’s policy, going so far as to deny the owner recopying! your own work!
but still: the denial of any other video format, except for the ever-so-slow and cumbersome flash (I would say down the toilet) is retardingly slow, no matter what the ISP speed is! But again is very protective of the profits, google (uyoutube) make from denying even owner (creators) of the work to download their own youtube published videos, and comment: So tell me : WHO”S THE OWNER OF YOUR WORK NOW, HA? Cause it sure isn’t you!
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- Google Renews Battle With the NSA by Open Sourcing Email Encryption Tool | Enterprise | WIRED.
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It is said that “time heals all wounds.” Not so in the age of the Internet. Nowadays, one’s missteps are forever just a click away for all the world to see, but perhaps not for long. The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled in favor of a man who sued Google for continuing to include news about the 1998 repossession of his home in searches for his name despite the fact that he has long since overcome his financial troubles. The ruling sets an important precedent regarding the “right to be forgotten” and could mean that Internet companies will now have to remove inadequate, irrelevant, outdated, or excessive personal information from search engine results. More… Discuss
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Tagged Data Protection Directive, Do Not Track Policy, European Court, European Court of Justice, European Union, European Union Court of Justice, Google, internet companies, Search Engines, Searching, The Court of Justice of the European Union
Edvard Grieg Elegies For Piano, Op 34 II Last Spring
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