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Submission + - Blender Foundation's Sintel video taken down on Youtube for copyright violation (youtube.com) 2

An anonymous reader writes: As if the automated take downs on Youtube weren't already bad enough, today fans of the popular open source 3D software Blender were greeted by a copyright take down notice for their third open movie, Sintel, despite it being released under a creative commons license: "This video contains content from Sony Pictures Movies & Shows, who has blocked it on copyright grounds." It is believed that the take down was a result of Sony Electronics adding Sintel to their official 4k demo pool.
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Blender Foundation's Sintel video taken down on Youtube for copyright violation

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