YouTube co-founder sued by Kanye West and Kim Kardashian for ‘diminishing value’ of marriage proposal footage by posting it online hits back with counter-suit
(And often game developers will broadly issue carte blanche permission to use the material.) Developers consider the result worth any potential copyright violations because the videos can help drum up interest — or restore passions — for the company’s products. And game developers are coming forward to help because the change affects some of the most popular YouTube gaming channels.
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The couple sued on the basis that Chad Hurley wasn’t invited to the elaborate October 21 proposal at San Francisco’s AT&T Park, but was allowed to stay because he signed an agreement not to post any video or images from the event. But now the billionaire businessman who co-founded Youtube is fighting back and has issued a lawsuit counter-suing the newly engaged couple. A moment to remember: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West pictured shortly after he popped the question; the couple launched legal action on Thursday against YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley over a video he posted Lawsuit: Chad Hurley posted footage of the couple’s proposal on his website MixBit Hurley claims that he wasn’t informed that he was not allowed to film or distribute the footage which West did allow to be filmed for the possible broadcast on E! Entertainment, which is home to his fiancee’s show Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
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YouTube goes nuts flagging game-related content as violating copyright
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In the past, ContentID , YouTube’s automated copyright violation checker, has overreached in flagging game-related content (in May, for example, when Let’s Play videos were cited for including some of Nintendo’s content). But this time, the flagging seems to be related to new rules from YouTube about how video makers who are part of Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) upload their videos.
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YouTube gold: 13 biggest viral videos of 2013
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Ylvis The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?), tvnorge 2. Harlem Shake (original army edition), kennethaakonsen, 3. How Animals Eat Their Food | MisterEpicMann 4. Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball (Chatroulette Version), SteveKardynal 5. baby&me / the new evian film, EvianBabies 6.
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