Nokia Legal Strikes within YouTube… removes a disassembly video?


I am not sure how this in any way this falls under DMCA legal jurisdiction, but blog buddy ThoughtFix had a video removed from YouTube. Apparently, Nokia did not like how he PURCHASED an N800 and the proceeded to take it apart and put it back together again. I thought it was a cool video and so did much of the enthusiast community.

It’s not like this is some secret or stolen pre-release hardware. There’s little to no documentation in the box so it would be hard if not impossible to say this violates some BS user agreement upon purchase.

I hope much like Stefan’s legal trouble, that the right people are reading and can help call the dogs back into the house!

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