In the video for "Up All Night," Blink-182's first single in eight years, the band edit together footage yanked from dozens of YouTube videos that featured their music without permission. The footage was not used with permission either, so many Blink-182 fans are likely to find themselves looking very goofy in a legit Blink-182 music video. Presented as the "Blink-182 Film Festival You Didn't Know You Entered," the clip is silly and tongue-in-cheek, but pointed: If you think you're allowed to do whatever you want with their copyrighted works, they should be obliged to do the same with yours.
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