Infamous Viral 'Goblin Toppler' Video Taken Down In Copyright Claimby Mike Masnick
Oct. 24, 2013
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OK, I defended these morons' right to be morons, but this is absolutely indefensible! - Chris"...He's using copyright claims to take down as many copies of the video as he can, apparently not understanding how fair use -- especially for news reporting works. While he did film it, and likely does have the copyright, taking down the video and arguing it's a copyright violation is pretty damn questionable."