An anonymous reader writes: Here is the story: Russian PM Vladimir Putin has recently spoken on TV, answering phone questions. Despite of heavy moderation of all questions some of them, quite harsh, still got through. One of them was from a young MD, cardiologist from Ivanovo, quite a big city to the East of Moscow, about recent Putin's visit to to Ivanovo. During the visit PM has seen county hospital where he was presented with a fake that Russians call "Potyomkin's Village" — a lot of patients replaced by nurses, computers that has been collected from doctors homes and other local state departments, whole hospital controlled by local FSB department, hospital staff has been ordered to tell PM about "salaries" several times higher than actual ones... you get the picture. Here is the story at newsbcm.
As you can see, the cardiologist has lost his job the next day. The story has been spoken of in Russian LiveJournal communities several times, causing heated discussions. This topic (sorry, Russian — but I hope Google Translator hasn't been told to censor results yet) even has had video on youtube with comments from Ivanovo people and doctors. This one. As you can see, the video has been removed and account terminated "has been terminated due to multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement".
A brilliant display of Youtube helping free speech on the Internet. Any ideas where people can host videos now without them being removed due to some political pressure from corrupted officials?