If their 500 employees are going to sit there and watch each and every video, then sure — I think…
Robert Noack

I think you’re highly overestimating the amount of “effort” it takes to screen these videos. Obviously everyone expects that some stuff is going to make it through, whether that be as a result of it’s obscurity or obfuscation by the pirate, that falls under your “should be covered by the dmca laws in place for this” category. However, there are plenty of circumstances, such as the one that spurred this whole debacle, where simply viewing a few minutes of the course immediately gives away its origins. The uploader did nothing to make it difficult to analyze, it’s common sense.

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