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YouTube Wants To Question Stewart and Colbert

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With the debate over copyright between YouTube and Viacom heating up, the online video site is hoping that some of its biggest stars will help them out in the debate over fair use of TV clips. YouTube intends to question Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert on what they think about Viacom’s decision to sue YouTube. The company needs 30 depositions from people to keep the legal battle going strong.

Burn the DMCA, re-write it, and stop taking away the right for me to watch clips like this.

YouTube wants to question Jon Stewart [AP]

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