Latest Criticism of YouTube Stories
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 JOSEPH MENN and JESSICA GUYNN, SPECIAL FROM THE LOS ANGELES TIMES A billion-dollar court clash between old- and new-media giants took on unexpected privacy ramifications this week when a federal judge ordered YouTube to hand over the log-on names and Internet addresses of every person who has viewed material on the Web's top video site.
By Miguel Helft A U.S. judge has ordered Google to turn over to Viacom its records of which users watched which videos on YouTube, the Web's largest video site by far.
By MARTIN WILLIAMS GOOGLE has been ordered to expose the viewing habits of every user who has watched YouTube, the internet's largest video site, it emerged last night.
By ANICK JESDANUN Lawyers for Google, which owns YouTube, said producing the huge amount of data would be expensive, time-consuming and a threat to users' privacy.
By JOSEPH MENN By Joseph Menn and Jessica Guynn Los Angeles Times A billion-dollar court clash between old- and new-media giants took on unexpected privacy ramifications this week when a federal judge ordered YouTube to hand over the log-on names and Internet addresses of every person who has viewed material on the Web's top video site.
By Robert Verkaik Law Editor The personal viewing habits and online identities of millions of YouTube users are to be handed over to an American media giant after a court rejected arguments that such a move amounted to a massive invasion of internet privacy.
Privacy advocates say they are concerned about a New York federal judge's order requiring Google to turn over a database of YouTube viewers. The order made public late Wednesday requires Google to turn over the database to Viacom, which is in the middle of a massive copyright lawsuit against Google.
A U.S. court has ruled that google must divulge the viewing habits of every user who has ever watched any video on YouTube.
YouTube(TM), the leading online video community that allows people to discover, watch and share originally created videos, today introduced Personalized Homepage.
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