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schneier.com/blog/archives/202 Deliberately Playing Copyrighted Music to Avoid Being Live-Streamed: “Clever, really, and an illustration of the problem with context-free copyright enforcement.” I disagree. The problem is not with copyright enforcement, after all a company has a right to take down anything it wants for almost any reason. The problem is that YouTube has a near monopoly of online video. Why are a handful of social media companies the gatekeepers to fair and equal justice under the law?

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