There is concern that the performing rights organisations are going to use the IP addresses to prosecute everyone who has merely viewed these video clips as well as those who uploaded them, the way they pursued even children who would download the odd music track from file sharing sites. Can anyone advice if we should now avoid viewing any music videos or clips of tv programmes on YouTube.If we have seen the odd music video, do we need to start getting a lawyer? Will we be able to settle out of court.I here the performing Rights people play hard ball.
Surely they can work out what's been viewed more by the most viewed list?
I wonder what Viacom are planning to do with the data.
I'm really glad The Youtube Team are fighting for us and getting rid of our Usernames and I.P. addresses before you hand over the data. It's not so much that I have anything to hide, it's more the idea that some big corporation can get hold of my I.P. address without even asking me in the first place really aggrevates me.My privacy is my own, simple as.
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