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Published on Dec 11, 2011
This is is a re-posting of the infamous Megaupload Mega Song due to the illegal and fraudulent copyright claims of UMG. As per stated in this article, http://torrentfreak.com/universal-cen... UMG holds no copyright claim to the music. There are UMG label artists here but they are contracted for this song through Megaupload NOT UMG thus there is no UMG content in this song. Unless UMG is contending to say that they OWN the artists like a commodity and can absolutely control who they do business with and what they do it for. You know, like slave owners used to do. Unless they are stating that there is ABSOLUTELY no way that they can claim this song, this video, this music and thus have it taken down.
In the wake of SOPA and PIPA going for vote this is a wake up call to the absolute censorship we face if those bills pass. UMG is fraudlently claiming to own this vid under DMCA imagine if this was in a time in which SOPA and PIPA were law. Criminal charges could be filed against the uploaders of this video for criminal copyright claims or even be used to shut down youtube for hosting 'illegal criminal copyright violations' and this will not be reviewed by a judicial court since there is no warrant needed. They make a claim that they own something and they will use the full might of their lawyers against you to shut you up...even if you are the lawful copyright owner.
In that age, all that matters is that money = free speech and just as a citizen of this country you do not have that right.
To fight back against SOPA and PIPA visit http://americancensorship.org/ Our congress is bought and paid for by the lobbyists of the major corporations of america. We must fight back and let our voices be heard before they silence them by taking away our internet.
"Both measures would require Internet operators to police activity online, and would mandate Internet giants like Google and AOL (the parent company of The Huffington Post and an opponent of the bills) and credit card companies to take down sites that have content deemed to be in violation of copyright rules.
The battle has pitted huge content generators like Disney and the motion picture industry against their online competitors, with each side reportedly spending some $90 million on lobbying efforts."