Viacom‘s attempt to muzzle YouTube, makes less sense than allowing Campbell’s Foods to censure Andy Warholl.

EFF is challenging Viacom in court:

“Our clients’ video is an act of free speech and a fair use of ‘Colbert Report’ clips,” said EFF Staff Attorney Corynne McSherry. “Viacom knows this — it’s the same kind of fair use that ‘The Colbert Report’ and ‘The Daily Show’ rely upon every night as they parody other channels’ news coverage.”

One has to wonder how far the human race would have gotten had every word been copyrighted to its creator……………………and could not be used without their approval and permission.

Hat’s off to EFF for taking these ex CBS Newsguys on. I am probably the last person on this planet who finds it ironical that the kingpin of all Liberal media, is no more than a ball-busting, conservative-leaning, money-hungry corporate “tool”.

Not only that, but Colbert has been knocked off his pedestal for being the only human being left in America to directly tell George Bush what he needed to hear……………….

And now his “owners” or handlers are disallowing others to do to him, what he makes his living on doing to others.

At stake is where America draws the line between private ownership and public domain.