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We already know that music licensing is a convoluted mess, but things get even more confusing and complicated when YouTube and Google become involved.
The recent copyright dispute involving PewDiePie has raised a serious question about the legality of Let's Play videos. So let's dive into it.
When Campo Santo filed a DMCA notice against PewDiePie, it didn't raise questions about the legality of Let's Plays, but their own license.