Viacom Knows What You’ve Watched
Posted by invizweb on July 3, 2008
Jacob Sloan @ Disinfo write:
Google has been ordered to hand over all of its electronic data on the videos watched by users on YouTube to Viacom. The data, which is 12 terabytes in size, includes records of every video watched by every user, including the user’s login name and IP address.
Read more. In PDF format.
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