Posted by: Ian Bruk | July 3, 2008

Viacon

From Scripting.com found a link to a blog post by Rebecca MacKinnon:

Companies are pushed not only by governments, but also by other powerful corporate interests that are trying to impose their interests, unreasonably, on others. We’ve got both in the United States. Just read how a Judge threw YouTube users to the wolves, deciding that protecting Viacom’s intellecual property is more important than users’ reasonable expectation of privacy and free speech. Nor can Americans count on our elected representatives to protect us from illegal government snooping unless we yell a lot louder than we have done until now.

Not sure we have to yell. We can even listen to Dire Straits

I get so tired when I have to explain
When youre so far away from me
See you been in the sun and Ive been in the rain
And youre so far away from me

as we….

Run the sofaraway API against our calendars to remove all sheduled Viacom involved events.

run the sofaraway API against our radio station API to vote against all Viacom involved music

run the sofaraway API against our YouTube account to remove all Viacom involved media

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