USTR requests that interested persons identify those countries that deny adequate and effective protection for intellectual property rights or deny fair and equitable market access to U.S. persons who rely on intellectual property protection.
I wonder if, say, Google could craft a complaint that lack of Fair Use in a country is harmful to their business.
There's something in the water here that makes responses to trolls better than at many other sites (*cough*youtube.) I think that it's the result of a tighter focus on subjects, but I'm just guessing there.
YouTube has to be careful here, or they're going to lose the creative artists who make it more than 'a bunch of cat videos.' Kelvington, another mashup artist, has already left because of similar problems.