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  1. Twitter’s Vine Updates Rules on Explicit Sexual Content

    Twitter is clamping down on graphic sexual activities and provocative nudity that people post on quick clip video app Vine, making it clear that explicit sexual content is unwanted. Twitter produced a support article to lay out what explicit...

  2. So Why Did All Those Movie Sites Lose Google Search Traffic?

    The great part about YouTube clips that were taken down is that they will literally provide a message in the clip that the user associated with the account has been removed due to copyright problems. In the last month, many webmasters noticed there...

  3. Another Loss for Viacom in Endless YouTube Copyright Legal Battle

    The burden of showing that YouTube knew or was aware of the specific infringements of the works in suit cannot be shifted to YouTube to disprove," he wrote, adding that YouTube couldn't be expected to view every clip on its website.

  4. New Google Universal SERPs Layout Brings Apps to Forefront

    to find a clip from Finding Nemo brought the app results to my attention with a surprising number of results. On first grok it does not seem like much of a change. Just a new button that says "search tools" which is actually quite easy to miss.

  5. Kony 2012: Lessons for Video Marketers

    Well, their study group took 400 user-generated videos and worked out the average number of daily shares each clip generated on Facebook. Uploaded on March 5, this video had over 69.8 million views as of the time of the writing of this column six...

  6. Trover: Local Search and Discovery Through Images

    As we saw with Foursquare and countless other companies, it first has to build up the product, usage and its social graph – something it's done at an impressive clip in its first 6 months. Trover is a mobile local discovery app (iOS and it's...