So here's the timeline:
At midnight last night, Mark Evanier highlights a YouTube video of an interview with Charles Schulz.
Pretty soon YouTube will be able to take things down within thirty seconds of anybody finding out about them.
Actually, there are quite a few things remaining on YouTube that would, normally, be yanked by the copyright holder. What the uploaders do is make sure not to include certain key words in the description or the title -- words that the copyright owners use when searching for stuff to yank. What that means, ultimately, is that YouTube and other services are still useful as a way for people to upload stuff and then send them to friends, or embed them on their websites. But if you want to upload things so other people can find them in the search engine, remember that that means that The Man can find them too.