I would say YES!, Google won't let a small thing like that be in the way, i think of Google like China (sitting in a 1 trillion dollars in asset) realistly Google don't have a $1 trillion but it sure has cash. and one of the thing they do the best is beat the market expectation.
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Do that many people care about seeing the music performed "live"... over the internet? Are there not already a hundred other U2 videos, with better audio quality, to stream at this very moment? It's not like it's a sporting event where you want to see the game before someone spoils it by telling you the results.
Maybe I'm a bad example; I've never had any interest in concert PPV on cable either. Also, I'm not a big U2 fan. I think they're okay, but I was offered a free ticket to their 360 concert in Houston last week and declined.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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