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Thursday, August 9, 2007

Your Precious YouTube Videos May Go Down the Tube

Posted By on Thu, Aug 9, 2007 at 6:52 AM

Music videos are awesome. We yearned for the days when MTV and VH1 actually included music in their daytime content, but then YouTube came along and made everything better. Suddenly you could watch your favorite videos whenever you wanted instead of waiting until 2:30 in the AM for supposed music channels to finally show music. But just like the Viacom days of yore, all good things come to pass, and now the Big Four major record labels have joined an existing copyright lawsuit against the video-sharing service. And although the suit is yet to reach a verdict, we may lose out on another music video haven. Oh well. At least you can ingest psychedelics, put on your favorite song, and close your eyes. Bam, instant video.

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