After skimming through the terms, the only part that seems relevant is this:alch3mlst said:
But this is a very general, blanket statement that is meant to cover everything available on AOL.com. It's not clear from this whether the videos could be considered "Content offered for downloading" or what exactly your rights are when it comes to the videos. Does the web browser's activity window count as a "data gathering and extraction tool"?11. LICENSE TO USE AOL.COM.
You may use AOL.COM and the Content offered on AOL.COM only for personal, non-commercial purposes. You may use Content offered for downloading, such as photos and music, for personal use only and subject to the rules that accompany that particular Content. You may not use the Content in a manner that exceeds the rights granted for your use of the Content. You may not use any data mining, robots, or similar data gathering and extraction tools on the Content, frame any portion of AOL.COM or Content, or reproduce, reprint, copy, store, publicly display, broadcast, transmit, modify, translate, port, publish, sublicense, assign, transfer, sell, loan, or otherwise distribute the Content without our prior written consent. You may not circumvent any mechanisms included in the Content for preventing the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of the Content. Visit our Copyright Permission Page for information on how you can request permission to reproduce certain Content from AOL.COM.
Still, it's true that AOL probably doesn't want you to be doing this. Whether that makes it immoral or illegal is a different question.