Lawyers for Fox are leaning on the video portal Broadcaster.com to yank three clips of a series titled "The O.J. Simpsons," which reimagines the TV 'toon with the disgraced footballer in the role of dysfunctional family patriarch. Noting that fair-use doctrine protects parodies, Broadcaster.com's CEO tells Reuters, "Our goal is to be a respecter of content rights and at the same time find legal ways to bring our members the content they enjoy." Said differently: "If the gripe doesn't stick, you must acquit."