End Of Youtube

Aron Schatz
October 22, 2006

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The primary reason that most people go to YouTube is now coming to an end. Google will start handing user data over for copyright violations. Now watch YouTube's traffic hit the bottom and move somewhere else.


YouTube's actions in response to a subpoena it received in May show that it has been keeping tabs on users who post copyrighted material to its site -- and in one case shared the name of a user with lawyers from a Hollywood film studio. On May 24, lawyers for Viacom Inc.'s Paramount Pictures convinced a federal judge in San Francisco to issue a subpoena requiring YouTube to turn over details about a user who uploaded dialog from the movie studio's "Twin Towers," according to a copy of the document.


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