Posts Tagged ‘ VIDEO ’

(VIDEO) President Barack Obama 2009 Inauguration and Address

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President Barack Obama took the oath of office as the 44th president of the United States and delivered an inaugural address focusing on the themes of sacrifice and renewal on January 20, 2009.

Bush portrait unveiling at The Union League of Philadelphia

President Bush attends the unveiling of The Union League of Philadelphia’s portrait of the president.

(VIDEO) Joe Scarborough Swears “Fuck You” on Air

Unaware at first he had said “fuck” instead of “f-word,” Scarborough was soon set straight and spent much longer apologizing for the swear word.

Video Essay: A Look Inside the RNC Protests

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Thousands of protesters gathered in St. Paul, Minn., the site of the Republican National Convention. As tensions mounted between those gathered and police, AP photojournalist Evan Vucci was in the middle of the crowd.

Viacom, YouTube reach data deal

Instead of providing Viacom the user names and IP addresses for everyone who has viewed a video on YouTube, Google will provide a random, anonymous code number, a spokesman for the company told CNN.

NEW YORK (CNN) — Viacom has agreed to let Google strip identifying information from YouTube viewers’ data before complying with a judge’s order to hand over the records as part of a copyright infringement lawsuit.

Viacom and other parties to the litigation agreed to allow YouTube to remove user names and computer Internet protocol (IP) addresses from the data to ensure protection of users’ privacy, YouTube said in a blog posting late Monday night. YouTube is a Google subsidiary.

“We remain committed to protecting your privacy and we’ll continue to fight for your right to share and broadcast your work on YouTube,” reads the posting.

Subliminal Message in The Obama Iraq Documentary

Is John McCain campaign sending us subliminal messages ?

al Qaeda Commentary? al Qaeda Cemetary? al Qaeda Documentary? Who knows? But it’s not accidental

Whatever the Politics Demand

Iran says nuclear program will continue

Talks on Iran’s nuclear program ended in a stalemate Saturday, despite the Bush administration’s decision to send an official for the first time.

An hour into the talks, Iran “ruled out any freeze on its uranium enrichment program,” the Associated Press reported.

Six world powers entered talks hosted by Switzerland in hope of a compromise: Iran ceases to expand its nuclear program and no new sanctions will be placed on the country.

But there is “no chance” of that, the Iranian delegation said.

Iran has defied three sets of UN sanctions, saying it has the “right to nuclear technology for peaceful uses.”