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Mobile video provider TinyTube, which brings top videos from sites like YouTube and Google Video to the small screen, has been asked to take down its YouTube content. That comes in the same week YouTube announced a more limited deal with Verizon. Om writes over at […]

Mobile video provider TinyTube, which brings top videos from sites like YouTube and Google Video to the small screen, has been asked to take down its YouTube content. That comes in the same week YouTube announced a more limited deal with Verizon.
Om writes over at GigaOM,

Wow, we have come a full circle, and the notice from YouTube, a company built entirely on copyright infringement, and other people’s content, seems like pot calling the kettle black. This indeed is strange, because for a minute I thought it was user generated content, not YouTube’s content.

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