Perez Hilton Forces NOM Off YouTube

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The National Organization for Marriage recently demanded YouTube remove parodies of their Gathering Storm commercials due to copyright infringement. Now Perez Hilton has used the same law to force NOM to remove their new ads.


NOM reportedly spent $1.5 million on a new campaign featuring Perez Hilton and Miss California Carrie Prejean, but Perez Hilton forced them to remove the ad from YouTube because they feature unauthorized clips from his video blog. [Joe.My.God. via World of Wonder]


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Can you really sue for copyright infringement over a parody?