This week on the CNET UK Podcast, Ian, Flora and Luke pondered the abuse of copyright law to take down video that made one particular broadcaster look rather silly, and deprive us of one of our favourite memes.
We also took a look at some of the week's most interesting news stories and our favourite Crave-worthy gadgets. We also mourned the theft of a man's finger, and with it, a brand-new iPad.
This week, we asked: are copyright owners abusing the law to get video taken off YouTube? This is in response to two events this week, the most famous being the removal of Downfall parody videos from YouTube. Are rights holders abusing copyright law? Surely the public has the right to parody and use content for the purpose of news and comment?
This week, a man had both his finger and his new iPad stolen. As you might have guessed, the thief was after the shiny Apple product in its flashy Apple box in its fancy Apple carrier bag. As Bill Jordan had the cord for the bag wrapped around his hand, when the thief tried to run off with the iPad, it got caught on Jordan's finger, and eventually cut through to the bone. Surgeons were unable to save the finger.