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This is strange... someone writes to tell me that YouTube says a video I recommended isn't available for viewing in their country...
Yesterday (as I pen these words) I posted a blog about a humorous video on YouTube titled "Volkswaffe: The Flying Cars of Nazi Germany" (see article #212400120). Well, I just received the following email:
I live in germany and would see the video Volkswaffe: The Flying Cars of Nazi Germany presented in your blog on Programmable Logic DesignLine.
Unfortunately, it isn't possible for me to to see this video, because YouTube says that this video isn't available in my country (Germany).
This seems to be like national censorship in a free (internet) world :-(
I agree. This does seem like censorship. And (if so) I can't actually see the reason why. After all, this was just a funny video for goodness sakes! Has anyone else heard anything about YouTube doing this sort of thing?
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