In case you haven't heard, Youtube user Nalts recently put up a video of an Icecream man (and the video has since been taken down) which I assume has not gone viral, but the video is not the main point. The point is that this Ice Cream Man has gone and brought up a lawsuit suing BOTH Youtube and Nalts for 500 grand due to the fact that this video was put up without his permission and that it is a "violation of his privacy". And no, this is in no ways a joke (there's even this picture dealing with the case).
1. Why does a man have the job of an Ice Cream man, yet have 500k of money?
2. There's a reason why people who are featured in viral videos don't make lawsuits: It's not a violation of privacy because anyone could video tape anyone in public easily. Take the "Bedroom Intruder Man" for instance.
3. Although YouTube could help out financially, there is no reason why they should be involved in this as well. They only provide the player and the upload tool: they had nothing to do with filming the video.
What do you all think? I think it's an outrage for sure.