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Honestly you should sue the copyright holder. What you are doing is clear cut fair use. For the copyright holder to disregard your fair use dispute to their original automated DMCA taken down (which you then disputed through that form) they are in violation of the law. People need to fight back against the content syndicates. It's absolutely imperative to defend our fair use rights. The DMCA is one of the worst laws passed regarding technology and the internet as a whole and it was bought and paid for the by the RIAA and MPAA. While I hope it gets overturned at some point in the future currently the only option to fight back is to use the letter of the law against the companies that wanted the law in the first place.
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Sep 22, 2010