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The National Association of Attorneys General found ads on Google's search engine, and questionable content on YouTube

Source: Mercury News

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By overlandpark4me on 6/17/2013 11:21:32 PM , Rating: 2
80 percent of their content violates copyright. Any rebroadcast without the owners permission is prohibited. I had some tard file a copyright on me because I recorded the same content he uploaded from a network news story. His argument was he put it up first, lol. Youtube just fgags your account no questions asked. If you want to contest it, you have to provide your name and information to them, and the idiot that filed the claim. There is a class action suit coming, it's only a matter of time.

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