YouTube attorneys send TechCrunch "cease and desist letter" over online tool
Mike believes the letter was sparked by his site's creation and distribution of a "small tool" that enables users to download YouTube videos to their hard drives.
The actual letter is JPG'd at the bottom of Mike's post I linked to above. Here, let me link to it again.
Arrington is prudent, but is not the meek sort. And it is highly unlikely that YouTube would have had their lawyer send out this letter without acquirer Google's assent.
This one's gonna heat up.
Update: or maybe not.
In a reply to a user comment in the wee hours of this morning, Mike writes:
I have no intention of fighting YouTube on this. If they want it down, I’ll take it down. I don’t want to be put on a black list with Google PR. But first I’m going to have a conversation with my attorney and the attorney that sent me this letter.
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