This is rediculous. Filtering for copyrighted content would not bring the internet to a halt - YouTube already filters. the 24 hours every minute argument underscores how only YouTube has the ability to monitor: the task is impossible for copyright owners who do not have the video and audio matching technologies available to YouTube. The future of the internet depends on people investing in great content for people to view and interact with, and YouTube's silly arguments about the death of the internet won't help with the fundamental problem of theft of works.Let's see if Google really believes in open debate by posting this comment
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Isn't the internet proving to be power without responsibility? With great power comes great responsibility, and there needs to be check and balances at some stage.
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