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The Right to Privacy

Feigning a heart attack, involving your children and pre-selling your drunken exhibition are all ways to stop your appearance on YouTube. 
It may be worth a try to claim that a song you were singing at the time or your performance itself is a copyright work and, therefore, protected...

Paul Brennan


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