Read this: Ban on broadcasting parliamentary clips on YouTube could be lifted |Media |The Guardian
Summary: The clip, watched nearly 470,000 times, remains on YouTube, despite the ban although Westminster authorities have periodically asked for such clips to be removed. There is a limited exemption for MPs, who are allowed to put up clips of their own speeches on YouTube, but even they have to prevent third parties from embedding those clips. Negotiations have been going on for over 18 months within the Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit Limited, a committee of officials and broadcasters responsible for licensing parliamentary footage. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukBan on broadcasting parliamentary clips …
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