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Yahoo! Inc., IAC/InterActiveCorp, EBay Inc. and Facebook Inc. urged a judge to dismiss Viacom Inc.ís copyright-infringement lawsuit against Google Inc.ís YouTube video-sharing website.
The four Internet companies filed friend-of-the-court legal briefs on behalf of YouTube yesterday in Manhattan federal court, where a judge is weighing YouTubeís and Viacomís legal motions in the 2007 lawsuit.
so explain to me why it's so horrible.
I'm the thief and bad guy
How would they know I had the audio stripped when I watched the video?
If you're saying that everything that makes it onto....
I am equally for users who upload copyrighted material being able to get sued
Also, if I built my own YouTube I would immediately be shutdown for riding the line with copyrighted content because let's face it, YouTube does NOT have to play by the same rules as smaller sites.
Integrity would have me purchasing overpriced files when I can already get them for free without any consequences.
I can't even call it stealing if YouTube knows the song