Web 2.0 companies don’t try to control the content

The whole Web 2.0 crowd would like us to think that we all just sing Kumbaya together, but then you have supposed Web 2.0 companies acting like nothing more than packaged good media thugs. Latest example: MySpace.

The Ask a Ninja vlog isn’t happy with MySpace. On Friday, the popular videobloggers posted a note expressing their displeasure with MySpace’s policy of deleting links to other video-sharing sites.

“Right now if you link to anything at a site like “http://revver . com” (remove the spaces),” the videobloggers write, “Myspace will delete the link. Try it. That sucks right?”

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