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Terms Of Use - by A.B.King

   Once upon a time there lived a little girl named Lulu. She belonged to a nice Christian family and recently she had been sent to spend a couple of days at her Aunt’s house after which she would return home to her city to spend the rest of the holidays.   Lulu’s Aunt told Lulu not to use the computer in her room. But Lulu decided to sneak into her Aunt’s room when she was not around. She knew it was wrong but she just had to check her e-mail.   Her Aunt’s dog barked at Lulu when she was about to enter her Aunt’s room but she told it to hush. However, it still kept barking. She then gave it some of the biscuits that she was eating. After the dog ate it, it kept quiet and went away.   Lulu checked her e-mail. She had no relevant new mail.   After she closed the web browser she noticed that her Aunt had a cool looking Movie Editing software that she had never seen before. Lulu decided to test it out then she found out that it was really easy to use. She got the hang of it in no time. She then downloaded a brand new video from the internet without reading the terms of use. She edits it and then she uploads it on a popular video sharing site.   When Lulu heard her aunt opening the front door down stairs she put off the computer and ran down to meet her.   Later, after the couple of days stay was over and Lulu had gone back home, the owners of the video used a law suit to compel the internet company to track down the IP address of the person who uploaded their edited videos.   Lulu’s Aunt gets in serious trouble.   The next day, Lulu overhears her parents saying that her Aunt had been apprehended by the authorities for uploading an edited video and infringing the copyrights of a music band which cost the band a lot of money and also ruined their reputation because the video had just been released before her Aunt got hold of it, and it is her edited version that people who no longer watch music videos on TV but go online to watch music videos taught was the real video and because of how poor it was it cost the band a lot of fans and money too.Uh – Oh! Lulu’s heart started beating real fast. What is she going to do?
The End.

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