In what is likely a gross violation of Apple’s NDA, all the WWDC 2013 session videos have been uploaded to YouTube. As reported by Macstories and noted by Colloquy developer Timothy Hatcher, the videos are being hosted by an account named WWDCVideos and is probably not an official account. This account was created on June 24, and all the videos were uploaded six days ago on June 8.
Ironically, each video opens with a disclaimer warning users that “the content is the sole property of Apple” and that you are prohibited from “redistributing, rebroadcasting or re-encoding this content.” It will be interesting to see how quickly this account is discovered by Apple, and these videos are pulled from YouTube.
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