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YouTube’s filters help copyright owners profit from pirated videos

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YouTube’s filters help copyright owners profit from pirated videos(August 27, 2008 CNET)

Instead of just pulling down pirated clips, copyright owners are choosing to use YouTube’s copyright filters to generate advertising revenue, Google said Wednesday.
Late last year, Google introduced a copyright identification system called Video ID, which tracks unauthorized videos. It enables a copyright owner to either block the clip, leave it up, or enable YouTube to sell ads against the material.

I think that it is complex feelings to obtain the advertisement income from the pirate video as a copyright owner.

However, it seems can do nothing but correspond at a present stage like this.

Because there are too a lot of numbers of pirate videos.

The copyright owner might open real videos to the public with YouTube earlier than the pirate videos.

Then, the value of YouTube seems to rise more and more.


Written by weblibraryjpn

September 3, 2008 at 11:32 am

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