Viacom demanded that Youtube took down a video from a TV show on VH1 that pastes together Youtube videos.
Youtube as usual rolled over, begging for a belly rub.
The issue however is that VH1 hadn't asked the copyright owner of the video featured in its show hadn't asked for permission. As Fark.com summarized so eloquently:
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