Warner Music attacks babies

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13 Responses to “Warner Music attacks babies”

  1. steve says:

    Wow–I’m thinking of the people that are actually getting paid to ruin videos of babies!

  2. Tron says:

    Yeah, juke box hero, got stars in his eyes
    With that one guitar hell come alive
    Come alive tonight

  3. Itsumishi says:

    The Fair Use doctrine was never intended to allow YouTube to make money off a collective customer base all individually using the plea of Fair Use.

    And copyright was never intended to keep millions in the pockets of already established (and absurdly wealthy) companies whilst screwing over the people that actually worked to create the products they make all their money off (i.e. the artists that have been getting screwed for decades).

    Nor was copyright intended to criminalise ordinary people that are not doing anything wrong!

    Major record labels have had as much time as anyone to work out how to make money in this day and age. The fact that they can’t shows how out of touch they are to their customers.

  4. mdh says:

    Will the music industry never be pacified?

  5. jonjonz says:

    Ever think how much a corporation is like a Cylon?

  6. IsolatedGestalt says:

    This can’t be real. Please, someone, tell me this isn’t real. Please?

  7. slywy says:

    Buy music directly from your local bands. Unreal.

  8. Baldhead says:

    Kill all the lawyers. Seriously they seem to be on a “sue first ask questions later” plan right now.

  9. Mitchumm says:

    What’s next? Suing fuzzy litle bunnies named ‘Bugs’?

  10. igpajo says:

    Better watch out #6, they might come after you next for quoting lyrics of copyrighted songs.

    Would love to see YouTube flooded with thousands of videos of people playing songs from Warner Brothers artists that show them just standing there Flipping the Bird to those bastards.

  11. Anonymous says:

    They are not just looking a gift house in the mouth, they are beheading it.

  12. Anonymous says:

    The more I hear, each day, week and year how little the industries understands us, the happier I become that I am no longer one of their willing automatons, gleefully buying up product.

  13. stanfrombrooklyn says:

    Please people. The lawyers aren’t going after babies, mothers, or puppies. They’re going after YouTube and Google. YouTube is attempting to monetize tens of thousands of homemade videos that use copyrighted music as background music. The rights holders are making this stink now so YouTube treads carefully. The Fair Use doctrine was never intended to allow YouTube to make money off a collective customer base all individually using the plea of Fair Use.

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