Updated 23 May, 2013, 8:16 pm IST
Wednesday April 09 01:29 am
Viacom CAN take from YouTube, but YouTube CAN'T take from Viacom
So, Viacom CAN take from YouTube, but YouTube CAN'T take from Viacom. What's up with that? So if any TV show that has a connection with Viacom can use YouTube-Content. BUT YouTubers CAN'T use Viacom-content. WTF?? That's totally unfair. On April 2, 2007, Comedy Central (which is owned by Viacom) aired an episode of Lewis Black's Root of All Evil called "YouTube vs. Porn." In that episode, they used ALOT of YouTube's content. But if we post a video on YouTube with a clip of that show, it will removed!!! A MESSAGE TO VIACOM VIACOM, DON'T DELETED THIS VIDEO!!!! INSTEAD, RESPOND TO IT!! IF YOU DELETED THIS VIDEO WITHOUT GIVING A FULL RESPONSE, THEN YOU ARE A COWARD WHO IS AFRAID OF THE TRUTH!!!