If you go to the American Life League video on their Planned Parenthood expose, you'll see that it is "no longer available due to a copywright claim by Jessica Faerman".
So who might she be? The internet can tell us a lot - especially since that name isn't all that common. A google of that name brings up some very interesting sites.
First, we see that a Jessica Faerman is an alternate delegate to the Texas Democratic convention. We can also see that she is quite concerned about The High Price of Campus Birth Control. See how she whines about spending $40.00 a month to be cushioned from the consequences of her, uh, "extracurricular activities". I wonder if that pressing concern has been rectified now (see the bottom paragraph)?
She did at one time work with the campus health department (University of Texas at Austin) as a member of a pro-abortion recruitment bunch calling themselves "Spiritual Youth for Reproductive Freedom" (see page 8). She and other volunteers encouraged other students to be "Sex Ed Superstars".
So she's looking to make "sex ed superstars" - who will also be seeking out birth control and abortion. No wonder she resents ALL's video. She has no standing to bring charges of "copywright violation" unless her works were plagerized. At law, one can sue if and only if they are a legitimately aggrieved party of a particular wrong - a pro-abortion bias is not legitimate grounds, Jessica!