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  1. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    The only bigger news would be if Viacom International announced that it was dropping its suit against YouTube for copyright infringement and would be putting all of Viacom's programming, including “SpongeBob SquarePants” and “The Daily Show”, on...

  2. Google Not Responsible for Policing YouTube Content: French Court

    Stateside, a U.S.second circuit court of appeals panel overturned a judgment in YouTube’s favor in April this year, reinstating a $1 billion lawsuit against Google by media giant Viacom. All that is left of the Viacom lawsuit that began as a...

  3. Google’s Rosetta Stone AdWords Woes Continue as Case Reopened

    The $1 billion Viacom-YouTube copyright case was reopened by an appeals court. At issue: whether the sale of trademarked search keywords to the company’s competitors for sponsored links makes Google liable for trademark infringement.

  4. YouTube-Viacom Copyright Lawsuit Resurrected by Appeals Court Ruling

    Court of Appeals has resurrected Viacom's $1 billion copyright infringement suit against video-sharing service YouTube. Viacom Hires High-Profile Lawyer to Battle YouTube on Copyright Google Fights Back in Viacom/YouTube Copyright Suit

  5. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    CNET, Download.com, and ZDNet are divisions of CBS Interactive, which is owned by CBS Viacom. Indeed, at that time, the MPAA and other major content producers including Activision, NBC Universal, Viacom, and the Recording Industry Association of...

  6. Google vs. the World: A Week of Conflicts, Disputes, and Lawsuits

    Several companies may file briefs supporting Rosetta, including including Viacom (which is also gearing up to battle YouTube), Ford Motor Company, Carfax, Blue Destiny Records, The Media Institute, ConvaTec, Guru Denim, Monster Cable, PetMed...

  7. YouTube Wins Case Against Viacom

    Ryan Lawler of NewTeeVee thinks, "YouTube's win in the $1 billion lawsuit that was brought against it by Viacom could not only help clear it of the copyright infringement stigma that it has held since the early days of its operations, but it could...

  8. How the Wal-mart Grinch Stole Black Friday Link Love

    Viacom claims YouTube was engaging in "massive intentional copyright infringement" for making available a ton of unauthorized clips of Viacom's entertainment programming. Viacom will argue that Section 512 will not apply to Google because Google...