YouTube Kills Livestream Of Convention When Audience Starts Singing ‘Happy Birthday’

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YouTube Kills Livestream Of Convention When Audience Starts Singing ‘Happy Birthday’ (via Techdirt)

Nothing kills an event hosted by YouTube (and other streaming services) quicker than a spontaneous rendition of the song everyone sings when it’s someone’s birthday, but yet somehow “belongs” solely to Warner Music. Granted, this didn’t actually kill…

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1 thought on “YouTube Kills Livestream Of Convention When Audience Starts Singing ‘Happy Birthday’

  1. You mean if somebody is blasting the birthday song over a talking event, that event will be nixed by you Tube? If many people started singing the birthday song over a political speech by a presidential candidate then the content of that speech would be withheld by you tube because in the background one can clearly hear the birthday song? That could be useful.

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