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The Daily Show's Demetri Martin examines the legality of watching him discuss the legality of watching The Daily Show on YouTube.

For the full effect, watch it illegally via this embedded YouTube player before Viacom submits its takedown notice.

If the YouTube video doesn't work, watch legally via Comedy Central's videoplayer, embedded after the jump.