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“As of September 25, 2005 all material published on Wikinews is licensed the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License.”
“It was Wikinews with no mechanism for achieving consensus on the truth — making it maybe the truest version of all.”
“This came in off of the Wikinews wire: According to a Buffalo, New York fire department radio report, burst pipes at the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Darwin D.”
“Schaper, in an interview with Wikinews reporter Jason Safoutin, denied involvement in a previous run of DMCA requests involving similar video material.”
“… Wikinews contacted Schaper to find out why he made the new requests.”
“- Source: Anti-Scientology protest material removed from YouTube following threats of legal action, Wikinews, Sep. 29, 2008 — Summarized by Religion News Blog”
“- Source: Alleged ‘rights group’ tries to have 4,000 anti-Scientology videos removed from YouTube, Wikinews, Sep. 8, 2008.”
“Wikinews has also learned that a contributor on Wikipedia, claiming to be a member of Anonymous, has posted what is allegedly personal information of Schaper.”
“When I got my take-down notices from YouTube I tried to file a DMCA counter-notice but in order to do that you need to get the name of the contact person to be served with the notice and the contact information of the company which the government lists on the web, said Bunker to Wikinews who also added that their name is not registered with the United States copyright office.”
“Upon further investigation, Wikinews found that most videos and clips were added to YouTube by the copyright holders of the material; as DMCA requests are for the purposes of requesting removal where service providers host material that infringe on the copyright of the complainant, the merit of these requests remain questionable.”
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