YouTube asked to remove football goal footage

October 21, 2006

An independently owned website which has been posting Premiership football goals on YouTube has been asked to stop and YouTube been asked to disable all links to it.

Links to the website have now been pulled down but other clips of Premiership goals are still up on YouTube now. There’s a company called NetResult who monitor the internet on behalf of the Premiership looking for copyright breaches etc, they were the ones who requested the removal of the clips.

This is starting to look like a trend is emerging, either copyrighted works will get removed from YouTube or a deal will have to be done. Come on YouTube, get some revenue share model in places asap or you risk losing a large amount of content! How popular would YouTube continue to be if all copyrighted work was removed and just personal clips remained…

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