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Whether you degree with this decision or not likely depends on who you are supporting in the next election. An ad featuring President Obama singing Al Green has been banned by YouTube for copyright violations. The ad was taken down because Al Green owns the song “Let’s Stay Together,” along with BMG, the record label that helped him to make it.
It’s scary to live in a world where a person can’t even sing an Al Green song on YouTube without getting his/her video banned. But this is also the kind of politics that’s being played in this election, where everything goes and everything is at stake. There is no word from President Obama, but we suspect that he’s glad the ad was taken down.
Read more about this one at Techyville.com:
You don’t expect that the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) would be used to shut down an ad for a presidential campaign, but that’s exactly what just happened. An ad in which Mitt Romney makes fun of President Barack Obama while he’s singing has been removed for alleged copyright violations.
Romney and Obama have been going hard over the last week, fighting over Romney’s role at Bain Capital more than a decade ago. Obama released an ad with Romney singing “America the Beautiful,” showing how many jobs he’s sent overseas as the head of Bain Capital. This led Romney to respond in kind, with an ad featuring President Obama singing Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together.”