Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 18th Mar 2010 22:44 UTC, submitted by twitterfire
Legal "With the release of hundreds of pages of court documents in the legal dispute between Google and Viacom over the presence of copyright material on YouTube, Google has released a statement on the case. The statement was attributed to Zahavah Levine, YouTube chief counsel."
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by npcomplete on Fri 19th Mar 2010 07:27 UTC
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.. In fact, some of the very clips that Viacom is suing us over were actually uploaded by Viacom itself.

there's so much more.. uploading from Kinko's? lol

While I understand why, I wish they wouldn't have given so much credence to the DMCA though. Yes, do make use of the safe harbor provisions as one would use any kind of technical advantage in a legal battle, but I'm a little disappointed at the lip service given to how it's a 'good thing' passed by Congress that benefits society.. *rolleyes*

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