Friday, September 29, 2006
Billionaire investor and dot.com veteran mark cuban had harsh words for YouTube, the online site that lets people share video clips, saying only a "moron" would purchase the wildly popular start-up.
Cuban also said that YouTube would eventually be "sued into oblivion" because of copyright violations."They are just breaking the law. The only reason it hasn't been sued yet is because there is nobody with big money to sue."
"What makes viral so special is it's so hard to do. It's so hard to plan. It's hard to stand out," he said, describing 99 percent of money advertisers spend on viral campaigns as "wasted".
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even deeper morons here
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in the oblivi'-obliva' era