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Actually it sounds like a very high percentage of individuals flagging content don't know the difference between actual propaganda and something they just don't like or agree with.
Too busy to be bothered isn't the reason they fail to remove all such content. Did you even read the article you linked?? It appears not. Geesh...
Heck it's not all that hard to illegally share iTunes content, bypassing DRM. A whole lotta them don't even have DRM protection anymore from what I gather, so no doubt it happens.Think someone is using your copyrighted music at YouTube without permission?https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2807622?hl=enUse it.Does Google want copyright holders to notify them, file DCMA takedown notices?...
You're absolutely correct IMHO. I think the Beats buy may turn out to be a bargain.
Apparently you do since the AI version was incomplete when commenting on Mountain Views YouTube service, perhaps even misleading (read the Rolling Stone article), leading to disinformation being posted by a member or two. Too many members are unwilling to look into things for themselves it seems.
So am I. YouTube pays royalties too, even on the "free" service. A tiny bit of research on your part would have shown that. In fact Google has paid out over a $B in song royalties in just the last couple of years. So while users of the free version of Youtube may not pay, Google certainly does.http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/youtubes-billion-dollar-payout-provide-new-revenue-for-musicians-20140205And the ad-free YouTube Music is NOT free as you'd also have noted if...
Even tho Google Music is an ad-free subscriber only service, around $10/mo, just the way it debuted last year, and Google's YouTube Music Key is also an ad-free subscriber only service costing around $10/mo. (If you subcibe to Google Music the You tube subscription is included AFAIK.)http://techcrunch.com/2014/11/12/youtube-music-key-subscription-service/Apple's iRadio on the other hand debuted as free. Yeah, must be all Google's fault for charging for their music services...
Or Phase One's Capture One.http://www.phaseone.com/Imaging-Software/Capture-One.aspxRight now you can get it on the cheap too. Go to eBay and buy a light version for $20 or less. Then visit Capture One to take advantage of their $99 upgrade from any previous version. You can thank me later
From Apple's Privacy Policy, updated when iOS8 was released in September:"As is true of most internet services, we gather some information automatically and store it in log files. This information includes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser type and language, Internet service provider (ISP), referring and exit websites and applications, operating system, date/time stamp, and clickstream data.... to gather demographic information about our user base as a whole. Apple...
Android devices kinda hide it away too. For the benefit of AI members who use both platforms:To turn off interest-based ads you go to Settings>Accounts>Google>Ads. Most won't know about that either. No one wants you to opt-out of ad targeting it seem and both Apple and Google have it on as default.As an aside there's actually several settings you may have to adjust if you want to avoid personalized ads while in Apple's ecosytem (You can't turn data collection off...
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