So, let me get this straight:
Youtube is a company that makes large amounts of money off of people uploading pirated content. It then puts up a cumbersome problem plagued automatic system to "address" copyrighted content problems, but in reality has such a big legal budget that most organizations wouldn't want to go up against it in court.
And now, the MPAA etc are up; in arms over sites that help users "pirate" this pirated content.
I know there is no shame, but that's a pretty big elephant standing in this coat closet.