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September 30, 2006


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It is an interesting move by David Cameron, and I wonder if he will allow people to embed the videos in their own websites, just like YouTube?

>what they write doesn't seem to be censored.

I've been censored by Cameron! I sugested just what Craig McGinty's suggesting that he really embraces the technology/medium and releases his videos into the public domain or under a creative commons licence so that others are free to embed the videos in their own websites, submit them to YouTube/Google Video etc. without having to consider arguments defending the fair use of copyrighted material. I've made my comments now on YouTube.

If he does reply - then the next video should be Cameron in the Bath or Cameron finishing the washing up!


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