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Youtube removes 'We con the World'

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Uploaded on Jun 14, 2010

The parody video "We Con the World," which mocked the international media coverage of the Gaza-bound "aid" flotilla that was stopped by Israeli naval commandos, has been taken down from the website YouTube, where it received over 3 million views since it went up on June 3. YouTube posted a comment citing copyright infringement concerns from Warren Chappel Music Inc., which owns the rights to the 1985 charity fundraiser song "We Are the World." The video, made by the satirical Web site Latma TV depicts a mock crew of the flotilla, some wearing keffiyehs and speaking in Arab accents, performing a song to the tune of "We Are the World." The parody, which received international -- and often critical -- acknowledgement, is available on other Web sites, while a Hebrew subtitled version is still available on YouTube.

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