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Before I removed it, there was a sentence on this article that I thought was competely superfluous and POV: "And now it has amazing new artists like Akon, Vanessa Carlton, Nelly, Shiny Toy Guns, McFLY ,Anberlin and more." Not only is the sentence POV with "amazing", but there's aready a list of artists in the label, I believe. It reads like someone with pretty bad music taste just wanted to contribute something. —Preceding unsigned comment added by T3h 1337z0rz (talk • contribs) 01:15, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
Is this article the right place to discuss the case against YouTube?
I seems to me that the subject of copyright infringement and the plans of several music companies (not just this one) to seek legal remedies is far too big to just be here. While it would be reasonable to note that Universal or UMG is participating, perhaps edits to YouTube and other articles about the companies on the receiving end might be more appropriate. Risker 09:59, 17 September 2006 (UTC)
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