I spent some time over the past weekend watching old music videos that I hadn’t seen for a dozen years, if ever. YouTube is really a treasure trove of those wonderful old things. I discovered bootleg videos of bands that I wouldn’t have imagined existed – certainly not freely available on the Internet. Sure, there’s some crap in there… but what fun!

Question, though. If the music and film industries are relatively mellow about the YouTube thing (for now), who are the real bad guys? What organization would be ready to crack down and serve a DMCA complaint against a video made by yours truly???

Dear Member:

This is to notify you that we have removed or disabled access to the following material as a result of a third-party notification by L. Ron Hubbard Library claiming that this material is infringing:

Personality Test

Please Note: Repeat incidents of copyright infringement will result in the deletion of your account and all videos uploaded to that account. In order to avoid future strikes against your account, please delete any videos to which you do not own the rights, and refrain from uploading additional videos that infringe on the copyrights of others. For more information about YouTube’s copyright policy, please read the Copyright Tips guide.

No worries, though. You can still watch it on Noboto, and see what all the fuss is about. For now.