First of all, updating an earlier item, YouTube is back up and running in Morocco, thanks to pressure from the blogosphere. Good to hear!
As it's only illegal to break an "effective technological measure," it's legal to break an ineffective one. Bootleg Finnish DVDs for everyone!
The San Francisco Chronicle got its quotes wrong. It's also not clear if this is "sold" (in users' hands) or "shipped" (for sale in retail outlets).
Looking at a Heinz contest as a case study, it appears Tom Sawyer-ing is actually expensive and inefficient.
Includes thumbnails of related videos and better movement within the shot. Nice.
AOL's little YouTube clone steps up. Interesting to see how it will fare alongside AOL's decent social network, AIMPages.
It's a pragmatic but cynical way to deal with piracy.
— A.L. Friedman, Editor at Large, Light Reading