Uploading copyrighted material is not a fundamental necessity of humans, are they doing it right by not allowing protected materials from being publishes on YouTube. It’s like coming to your house, stealing your 40″ LCD TV and sell it right after…
Well “It would be more like coming to your house, disassembling your tv, engineering an exact copy, reassembling your tv, leaving with the copy, then using that copy for themselves, without any actual loss of property to you.
The argument that “internet piracy” is theft hinges on the belief that every “illegal” copy is a lost sale. But plenty enough “pirates” download for testing purposes then buy a copy to support the creators they like. Others simply can’t afford it. No sales are lost in either case” not sure how many agree with that..
Tell the world’s governments you support a free and open web at http://www.google.com/takeaction.
Starting December 3rd, the world’s governments are meeting behind closed doors at the ITU to discuss the future of the Internet. Some governments want to use this meeting in Dubai to increase censorship and regulate the Internet.
Add Your Voice to Keep the Internet #freeandopen @ www.google.com/takeaction.
Then spread the word with #freeandopen.
It is ours and it is free.
A free and open world depends on a free and open web.
And a free and open web depends on me.