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April 2005. Life was so much simpler then.

U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison (DFL-MN) has been posting home videos of his trip to Afghanistan on his YouTube channel.

Source: Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

From the LA Times, an article about a ruling the fair use YouTube case Lenz v. Universal.

A federal judge in San Jose handed a victory to fair-use advocates today, refusing to dismiss a lawsuit that a Pennsylvania woman filed after Universal Music Publishing forced YouTube to remove a video of her children cavorting to an old Prince hit. But it may prove Pyrrhic, as the judge expressed doubt that the woman would ultimately be able to prove her case.

More details about the case can be found at the Electronic Frontier Foundation website, including the latest court document on the ruling.

And the video that Prince didn’t want you to see: