The internet is just so much harder than other media. It's a real wild west. There's no rules and there's no real control, except in places like China.And he seriously says this like it's a bad thing. Hit the link above for the video; I can't see any way of embedding it.
The TV3 story has Philip Morris saying the company has asked YouTube to take down videos with their branding; presumably this is due to healthist pressure rather than copyright issues, though you can never be sure. YouTube is a pretty nice archive of the history of advertising. Hopefully that doesn't get wrecked.
First they erase the cigar from Churchill's mouth, then they take the Winstons* away from the Flintstones?
*Yes, I know that's RJ Reynolds, not Philip Morris. But it's too good an old ad to pass up.