Chad Hurley in front of Congress … YouTubed

Interesting video over on YouTube of Chad Hurley (co-founder of YouTube) speaking to Congress about online video with a followup by Mashable and another video, this time of a fawning congress critter.

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  1. I’ve posted nearly all of the future of video congressional hearing in bite-sized, YouTubed chunks at our tech policy blog, The 463 (http://463.blogs.com).

    (I posted the video on YouTube that you linked to above).

    Very interesting hearing. Obviously the copyright issue dominated, but I predict that the content regulation issues might dominate future forums like this.

  2. I’ve posted nearly all of the future of video congressional hearing in bite-sized, YouTubed chunks at our tech policy blog, The 463 (http://463.blogs.com).

    (I posted the video on YouTube that you linked to above).

    Very interesting hearing. Obviously the copyright issue dominated, but I predict that the content regulation issues might dominate future forums like this.