Latest Criticism of YouTube Stories
By Jefferson Graham SAN BRUNO, Calif. -- YouTube, the world's most popular video-sharing site, grew to dominate the field with a collection of funny amateur videos, political gotchas and unauthorized TV and movie content. The new YouTube, more popular than ever, has a different look.
YouTube, the Internetâ€™s largest video-sharing website, has started to show CBS TV shows in an attempt to boost advertising revenue.
By Miguel Helft In its continuing effort to find a way to make money from its YouTube unit, Google has introduced a type of e-commerce ad that YouTube users can click to buy digital goods from Apple's iTunes or Amazon.com.
YouTube, the leading online video community that allows people to discover, watch and share originally created videos, today announced a collaboration with iTunes and Amazon.com that offers the YouTube community direct access to buy and download music, games, and other products with a few clicks of a mouse.
NEW YORK, Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Animoto (http://animoto.com/), the award-winning video creation platform, today launches out of beta to celebrate its first anniversary, marking a year of significant business growth and technological innovation.
By Brian Stelter After years of regarding pirated video on YouTube as a threat, some major media companies are having a change of heart, treating it instead as an advertising opportunity.
Online companies such as YouTube are being urged by MPs today to do more to protect children from the "dark side" of the internet.
Websites such as YouTube should be subject to increased regulation to protect intellectual property rights, according to a leading media lawyer.
By Sarah Jenkins In the blogosphere, the billion-dollar clash between Viacom and YouTube is being portrayed as a battle of media giants, with "old" media behemoth Viacom out to strip away everything fun from "new" media phenomenon YouTube and its millions of Web viewers.
By Anick Jesdanun Associated Press NEW YORK -- Credit card companies know what you've bought. Phone companies know whom you've called. Electronic toll services know where you've gone. Internet search companies know what you've sought.
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- A woman who operates an automobile.