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13:23:15: <impomatic> Huh? Weird http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjJORYJWR6w
13:41:14: <Doxin> impomatic: what the shit is that ._.
13:42:40: <impomatic> It looks someone has a robot that automatically reads out wikipedia articles to earn a share of advertising revenue from Youtube.
14:27:21: <Doxin> impomatic: what the shit
14:27:31: <Doxin> impomatic: that can't be legal
14:28:56: <impomatic> Wikipedia articles are licensed for free use. There are also hundreds of thousands of print on demand books listed on Amazon which are scraped entirely from Wikipedia content.
14:29:08: <Doxin> huh
14:29:09: <Doxin> weird
14:30:24: <impomatic> Amazon should ban them. They just clutter up the catalogue. I don't think anyone buys them.
14:32:12: <impomatic> Personally I suspect it's something to do with money laundering. They give people dirty cash. The people buy the scraped books. The cash is in the system.
14:32:28: <impomatic> Then again I'm suspicious of everything!
14:32:59: <Doxin> impomatic: it costs them basically nothing to make those books, on the off chance some moron buys one they have profit
14:33:35: <Doxin> impomatic: same as with the t shirt thing
14:36:22: <impomatic> It looks like it's mostly stolen art / slogans on the t shirts.
14:48:58: <Doxin> impomatic: random images mostly, yeah
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