TITLE

YouTube chariot racers in court

AUTHOR(S)
Niall O'Connor
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Daily Mail;10/27/2012, p32
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
FIVE men have been charged in connection with a wild chariot race on public roads that became an internet sensation, attracting thousands of viewers. The video of the race has recorded more than 350,000 hits on YouTube and the incident was labelled by some commentators as 'the day Ben Hur came to the N20'.
ACCESSION #
82837071

 

Related Articles

  • STEWART GETS A BIT CHEEKY. C. C. // Australian Auto Action;9/26/2012, Issue 1510, p12 

    The article reports on the popularity of a video involving racer Tony Stewart grabbing the friend Kevin Harvick's wife in YouTube.

  • YouTube files complaint to Turkish Constitutional Court.  // Journal of Turkish Weekly;4/7/2014, p38 

    The article notes that YouTube video-sharing website filed a complaint in Turkey's Constitutional Court regarding the Turkish government's March 27, 2014 ban on YouTube and notes that YouTube's lawyer Gönenç Gürkaynak also filed a complaint in the 4th Administrative Court in Ankara, Turkey.

  • Viacom Rescinds Request for YouTube User Info in Copyright Suit. Tribbey, Chris // Home Media Magazine;7/20/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 29, p12 

    The article reports that a court filing does not allow sharing of YouTube users IDs and Internet Protocol (IP) addresses with Viacom Inc. The filing is part of the copyright infringement lawsuit filed by the company against Google, the parent company of YouTube. According to YouTube, they will...

  • Helmet House Hits YouTube.  // Motorcycle Product News;Apr2009, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p14 

    The article reports on the launch of a new YouTube channel by Helmet House Inc. It states that the new YouTube is intentionally designed to provide videos for motorcyclists. After the launch, the company plans to post events, videos of racers and interviews with industry personalities, as well...

  • 'Ben-Hur on N20' video leads to ban on sulky road races. Ali Bracken // Daily Mail;3/19/2013, p2 

    HORSE-chariot contests on roads are to be outlawed after a video of racers caused an internet sensation and landed five men in prison.

  • 'Ben-Hur on N20' video leads to ban on sulky road races. Ali Bracken // Daily Mail;3/19/2013, p2 

    HORSE-chariot contests on roads are to be outlawed after a video of racers caused an internet sensation and landed five men in prison.

  • Simon milks it.  // Daily Mail;5/ 3/2014, p24 

    THOSE Fine Gael promotion videos for their Euro candidates on YouTube are sick-making. The one that appalled Animal most was for Simon Harris, and featured cattle in a misty field at sunrise. They actually slowed down the movement of the cattle trudging to be milked, while playing something akin...

  • AA YOUTUBB OF THE WEEK.  // Australian Auto Action;8/17/2011, Issue 1454, p59 

    The article offers information on miscellaneous topics that includes a YouTube video featuring automobile car racer Will Power, upcoming automobile racing events including WRC Germany, Nascar Sprint Cup, and Supercar Showdown.

  • Turkish court says YouTube block should continue.  // Journal of Turkish Weekly;4/7/2014, p33 

    The article states that a court in Ankara, Turkey overturned its earlier ruling on April 4, 2014 to lift the government's ban on YouTube video sharing website after the public prosecutor appealed the court's decision, claiming that YouTube had not removed all of the illegal content.

  • Copyright law professors support the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.  // InsideCounsel;Dec2013, Vol. 24 Issue 264, p42 

    The article discusses a court case wherein a group of law professors have filed an amicus brief with the Second Circuit Court supporting Google and YouTube in a suit by Viacom which centers on copyrighted materials owned by Viacom that appear in videos on Google-owned YouTube video sharing site.

Share

Read the Article

Other Topics