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Viacom's Statement on YouTube User Data Controversy
Viacom released the following statement today in response to the YouTube user data controversy
"It is unfortunate that we have been compelled to go to court to protect Viacom's rights and the rights of the artists who work with and depend on us. YouTube and Google have put us in this position by continuing to defend their illegal and irresponsible conduct and profiting from copyright infringement, when they could be implementing the safe and legal user generated content experience they promise.
The Court's recent decision has triggered concern about...
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Tell The Senate to Vote Against Immunity
Friday morning, the House voted to pass an unconstitutional bill that would grant immunity from the law to the phone companies that illegally participated in the White House's warrantless wiretapping program...