YouTube Ripper Gives Google a Dose of Disruption

, Corporate Counsel

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A 21-year-old German student with a website that enables users to rip audio from YouTube videos and convert it to MP3 has put tech giant Google on the receiving end of disruptive technology.

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    My bet, he's just trying to keep his income via what in my mind is clearly piracy, and we all know he knows it.

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