The Blender Foundation is finally largely online. However, in the wake of the mysterious shutdown, they are testing a new PeerTube service.
We’ve seen many reasons to not like YouTube. There’s the infamous comment section of YouTube, the restrictive nature of the maximum length of each video and the notorious DMCA takedown system. The question then becomes, what alternatives are there to YouTube? Well, we’ve compiled a list of 5 alternatives to YouTube for you to evaluate.
A cartoonist is currently witnessing what is commonly referred to as the Streisand effect. Over the last week, a cartoonist released a satirical criticism of the Enbridge pipeline advertisement. At one point, the news site that ran the video was forced to take the video down after a complaint about copyright. The video has since […]
In news that might give a second reason to call the raids on several streaming sites a failure, TVShack is currently back up under a different domain. It was TVShack.net, now it’s TVShack.cc.
An e-mail reportedly from Steve Jobs has recently surfaced which suggests that Apple may be preparing to sue Theora and other open source video codecs. The dispute would revolve around patent laws.
Says that because the site had advertising, it is an illegal website.
There’s always the passing thought of getting raided for uploading copyrighted works, but over a viral video originally on YouTube?
Reports are surfacing that there is a major government crackdown on video sharing recently. While some of the accusations are copyright infringement activities, many suspect it’s actually politically motivated.
Numerous reports are surfacing about new litigation against popular video sharing site YouTube. It appears that French broadcaster TF1 is suing the major video sharing site for 100 million euros.
A report on Wired says that some iPods are not compatible with the iTunes video rental store. Not good news for fifth generation iPod owners planning on using the service.