Video-to-download service youtube-mp3.org which has a reported four million unique visitors is now on the top of Google’s piracy list.
In a letter sent to the site’s owner by YouTube’s Associate Product Counsel Harris Cohen states that, “offering any kind of service that allows YouTube content to be downloaded (as opposed to simply streamed) is prohibited.”
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