I hope so, it just seems whenever something happens to Youtube, we're the ones that pay for it. I mean, if Youtube ever gets sued again for whatever reason, creators should basically brace themselves cause some of that hell will be coming their way in the aftermath.CNBC is supposed to be airing a story from the Youtubers perspective on this issue tomorrow. Jeremy Johnston was interviewed. The Daily Caller did an interview with Jeremy Johnston as well. Daily Caller is a conservative media group and they are reporting on how this is excessive government regulation. Hopefully this attention will result in people understanding how culpable Youtube is in this matter. This won't change the permanent injunction, but it could force Youtube to take the hit and not kid creators. This attention will go nicely with all of the attention on DOJ investigating Google for antitrust issues. The days of Google/Youtube pushing people around, particularly the government, is coming to an end.