YouTube’s Video Poker

The New York Times writes:

YouTube has also become a vast repository of video taken without permission from television shows and movies, not to mention home movies constructed with nary a cent paid in royalties from commercial music and imagery.

In an interview this week, YouTube’s Mr. [Chad] Hurley, not surprisingly, portrayed himself as mainly trying to improve the site for its users while working to find arrangements that will satisfy Hollywood.

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