jkIf you haven’t seen the viral video that sent Chris Brown’s year-old track “Forever” to the top of Amazon and iTunes sales charts, here’s your chance to catch up with the rest of the Internet. A gushing blog post on the Official Google Blog yesterday enthused about how the copyright holders for the song used in this video were able to monetize its breakout popularity. Today, though, online trash talk centers around the hole in Google’s worldview: Why don’t the people who made the video get an automatic cut of the action?