14 March 2007

Viacom Puts Its Money Where Microsoft's Mouth Is

Yesterday, media conglomerate Viacom made good on an earlier threat by suing YouTube and its parent, Google, for copyright infringement. The Viacom claims come close on the heels of a widely-reported criticism of Google's copyright practices by a Microsoft attorney; if the legal community's attention was not squarely on Google before, it certainly is now. Over at the Internet Cases blog, Evan Brown has an excellent analysis of the Viacom complaint.

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