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YouTube victory a blow to rights owners

Eileen McDermott, New York


A New York court has sided with Google in Viacom’s lawsuit charging YouTube with “massive intentional copyright infringement”

Viacom sued Google, the owner of video sharing website YouTube, in March 2007, seeking over $1 billion in damages and an injunction barring YouTube from further infringement of its copyrighted content.

Viacom accused YouTube of hosting 62,637 infringing clips on...


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