Among the 100,000 clips that YouTube purged for Viacom are a few legitimate user-generated clips that happened to share some of the same keywords. This guy had his clip of a “Sunday dinner at Redbones” deleted, and he received a YouTube email that read, “Repeat incidents of copyright infringement will result in the deletion of your account and all videos uploaded to that account.” (Some suspect that YouTube had searched for “Leon Redbone” and ended up with his clip.) Regardless, he’s not so happy about it.
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