Here's something that is bound to get you in copyright trouble: Applian Technologies Replay Media Catcher. Basically, this software application records streaming Flash videos, such as the type of videos you see on YouTube and other video sharing sites. As streaming video becomes more popular and the content becomes more compelling, this could be a handy tool. Unfortunately, for publishers this means their streaming video content is vulnerable. Streaming video has been a useful technology that limits the end user from receiving a physical copy of the file– helping maintain the content creators copyright of the material. It looks like the conversation of DRM keeps getting more complicated.