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Re: Questions about YT Newsletter Subscription

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Never mind... please delete this post and reply.

Clicked on it, self-explained.

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12-10-2012 14:56:14

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 Re: Questions about YT Newsletter Subscription in reply to SweetFeet, 12-10-2012 05:19:27  
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Sorry SweetFeet I was leaving this for Kim to respond to, and she must not have noticed. I respond to most of the Site Comments posts so it's natural. Glad you found what you were looking for.

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12-10-2012 15:00:56

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 Re: Questions about YT Newsletter Subscription in reply to YTSupport, 12-10-2012 14:56:14  

I guess one question not answered...

If I subscribe to YT newsletter, am I allowed to print a copy for my husband to read? (He uses a computer zero percent.)

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12-10-2012 17:20:47

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 Re: Questions about YT Newsletter Subscription in reply to SweetFeet, 12-10-2012 15:00:56  
That is a legal question (nowadays) and I'm not a lawyer ;). As far as I know, millions of people print copies of web pages for personal use all the time. Before I would apply that to all web sites and pages, I'd research it more. It seems that the laws they are making for the large media companies, may be effecting that sort of thing. But to print a YT page for your husband to read, is most likely just fine.

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