Taking The Ostrich's Head Out Of The Sand

Law360, New York (May 17, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A recent spate of copyright cases filed against YouTube and its parent, Google—chief among them a class action suit brought by the Premier League and Bourne Music on behalf of copyright owners whose works have been infringed on YouTube—promises to shed light on the inner workings of a technology giant whose business practices have often been called into question by authors and publishers.

Although reminiscent, in some ways, of earlier music file sharing cases like Napster and Grokster, this latest round of litigation has even more...
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