technology

Denying access to pay-per-view videos for those who modify their Android devices is the antithesis of openness.

Dan Gould
  • 31 may 2011


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This article titled “Google’s YouTube policy for Android users is copyright extremism” was written by Cory Doctorow, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 31st May 2011 14.04 UTC

The news that Android users who have jailbroken their phones will be denied access to the new commercial YouTube pay-per-view service is as neat an example of copyright extremism as you could hope for.

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