Surreal Life III
The Pentagon made a video for its staff explaining staffpersons' responsibilities under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which are, in short, to release any requested government documents that don't violate privacy, endanger national security and a few other exemptions. FOIA does *not* have an exception for copyright.
They put copyrighted content into the video, but couldn't get reproduction rights from the copyright holders.
Therefore, the Pentagon has released an edited version of the video.
Now they're refusing to release the original version requested by FOIA requests, even though copyright isn't, as noted above, a reason for not fulfilling FOIA requests.
See Yahoo News for more.
My question: who was the moron who included copyrighted content for which permission could not be obtained?