I download music from there all the time and I've never used a website.
I use a different program. It still worked two days ago.
I ran into a problem with it over Christmas. So I downloaded a free program for Mac that converts online video to an MP3, except on my own machine -- faster and better quality. Sorry, I'm at work and don't have the name of the freeware, but I found it by Googling.
LOL at the idea that there is just one site/application that allows you to do this, and that blocking that one won't mean it will just be immediately replaced by an alternative.
Google cannot possibly think this will make the slightest difference to anything; they are simply paying lip service to the idiotic pressure groups, none of whom seem to have a clue how the internet works.
You don't need a website. Just the right software.
You download music from Youtube? What kind of ghetto shit is that? It's the worst quality on the planet.
I post music on a dance music Facebook page but have been unable to do it the past week or so. Does this have something to do with that?