Video: Pearl Jam’s AT&T-“Censored” Segment

The controversy surrounding AT&T’s alleged censorship of a Pearl Jam Lollapalooza show that AT&T webcast as part of its Blue Room series continues, despite AT&T’s Statement that Eddie Vedder’s anti-Bush lyrics were excised from the show footage by a third-party webcasting service provider.

SavetheInternet agrees with Pearl Jam that the situation could indicate how AT&T might act if net neutrality laws are not passed, and posted the footage on YouTube:

The unedited version, as shot by a fan

Source: Listening Post – Wired Blogs
http://blog.wired.com/music/2007/08/video-pearl-jam.html

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