NOTE: The following excerpts are taken from an article written by techdirt.com and does not represent TFW2005's opinions in any way. Original Article's personal view points of the author were taken out, in order to produce an unbiased news article. Viacom's copyright fight with YouTube has spread to the "Transformers 3" set. Two fans stumbled upon the filming of a car-crash scene outside their office and quickly recorded videos, which they posted to YouTube. Viacom sent a DMCA takedown notice for one but, at least so far, left the other online. According to the takedown, Brown's video "matched third party content. The filming took place in a public alley. Paramount; which is a subsidiary of Viacom, is in the middle of a big lawsuit with YouTube, where one of the things Viacom has been claiming is that Google should just know what content is infringing and which is not.