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The NYT picks up on one of the non-copyright issues at YouTube — manipulation of user comments. Instead of using the YouTube template that…

The NYT picks up on one of the non-copyright issues at YouTube — manipulation of user comments. Instead of using the YouTube template that shows comments at the same time as the video, official CBS video, for instance, is often separate from user comments (already limited to registered users). The comments also are filtered for content to remove what CBS digiczar Quincy Smith told the Times is

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