Saturday, July 05, 2008

Youtube Users and Viewers BEWARE!

Now every minute you Spend (as in $$$) on youtube, you are also feeding the Big Brother machine the Bush administration has robustly doctored until BB became a strong, very potent, bouncing baby, for the neocon belief system of freedom.

Their rule-of-thumb on freedom is, "We Will Tell Them They Are Free... FREE TO DO WHAT THEY ARE TOLD TO DO OR ELSE." All their doings has been leading up to this day... The beginning of the end of Lincoln's eloquent words used during his Gettysburg Address that afternoon on, Thursday, November 19, 1863 "government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." In just over two minutes, Lincoln enforced the principles of human equality supported by the Declaration of Independence and redefined the Civil War as a struggle not merely for the Union, but as "a new birth of freedom" (more here)

Hmmm, I wonder what President Lincoln would say about all the shredding of same Declaration by 8 years of Neocon Rule. I'm sure he would be deeply saddened, for sure.

Read Full Article here: YouTube Ordered To Release User Data or clipmarked below. Thanks, http://thinkingblue.blogspot.com/

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YouTube Ordered To Release User Data

A federal judge in New York this week ordered the video-sharing site YouTube, the world's third-most-visited Web site, to release data
on the viewing habits of its tens of millions of worldwide viewers
Tuesday's ruling, which amounted to only seven paragraphs in a 25-page opinion
that was mostly about programming code and other matters, alarmed privacy
advocates, who said it ignored laws meant to protect peoples' viewing habits.
The order comes as part of a $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit brought
against YouTube's owner, Google, by Viacom, the media company that owns large cable networks such as
MTV, VH1 and Nickelodeon. Viacom alleges that YouTube encourages people to
upload significant amounts of pirated copyrighted programs and that users do so
by the thousands, profiting YouTube and Google.
On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Louis L. Stanton granted Viacom's request that
YouTube release its 12-terabyte "logging" database
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