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Viacom's YouTube Suit Affects Online Bystanders

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Viacom's YouTube Suit Affects Online Bystanders

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Viacom's YouTube Suit Affects Online Bystanders

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Following Viacom's copyright lawsuit against Google, thousands of videos were pulled from the YouTube site. But some of those videos weren't Viacom's property, such as those of Boston musician Mark Ferranti, who had his clips removed from the site. Host Madeleine Brand speaks with Boston musician Mark Ferranti, who had music videos removed from the site.

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