Demaestro - 8:57 pm on May 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
If they want to profit and avoid problems with the law, hire more employees to deal with these things or do not accept unreviewed user contents,
So you want them to do the impossible. You want Youtube to look at every video submitted and compare it to what? Every video ever made? Then compare the audio, to every piece of audio every copyrighted?
That would take a year or more per video.
if this user is also profiting from these stolen contents.
No users of Youtube gets paid for content that violates a copyright. Youtube doesn't make any money.
Besides all that, what does this have to do with Ebay, Yahoo and Facebook expressing their interest in the outcome of this case?