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Tribe.net is sensoring the user created content that makes their site so great. They are doing this in fear of the 2257 law as reported by Boing Boing. As a Tribe.net, user I received an e-mail from Tribe a couple weeks ago announcing the change in their terms of service.

As reported by Digg.com, MySpace.com is going out of their way to sensor references to YouTube.com, a site that is like Flickr but for video. Good job, MySpace (whatever your motives are), now I am linking to YouTube. Time for someone else to take over this space since they are now owned by NewsCorp. It can lead to some great business strategies for NewsCorp, but it looks like they are going to blow it because apparently they do not yet understand this market. Death to MySpace.

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