DMCA Complaint Against YouTube Dropped

The husband of Second Life land baroness Anshe Chung said he should not have filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act complaint against YouTube in his attempts to have the site delete a video of her avatar being attacked by a barrage of digital flying penises. And as a result, he said, he has revoked the DMCA claim. I didn’t realise that some people would misunderstand this as a censorship attempt, which it definitely was not, Guntram Graef said. So, what was it if not an attempt to scupper the story?

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