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Canadian Government Tells YouTube, STOP

It seems that the Canadian Government has sent YouTube a cease and dissist order claiming that use of parlimentary video on their site is a violation of copyright. Seeing that we, the people, willingly (or not) supply the government with the money to run, so in essence, we own the "copyright" on any video created by to government and it's actors... er, um, representitives (that we also pay).

This video should be placed in the public domain, there should be no copyright given as it is a recording of public representitives "at work". What reason could the government have in wanting to limit the distribution of this material to the people? Do they have something to hide? We will have to find out the content of this video and see for ourselves what is so "important".

Stay tuned...