July 22, 2008
Viacom and Google Settle Discovery Request
In an update to Viacom's YouTube discovery request, and subsequent whirlwind of publicity regarding the private information of YouTube viewer's usernames and IP addressses, Viacom and other parties to the copyright infringement lawsuit, have formally agreed to allow Google to strip YouTube viewer's identifying information before complying with a judge's order for the records.
You may all breathe easier now. Your potentially embarrassing YouTube viewing habits are private...for the moment. [MD]
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