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Kedar Sule

Now we need to see how Google gets down to clean up all the copyright violations on youtube. Google's deep pockets will attract a lot of lawsuits.

Ali Z.

One of the big things about YouTube, however, is the serious lack of anyone caring about copyrights. That's probably why it's so popular--anyone can watch anything they can find. Google is going to have to tread carefully as to not ruin the site's popularity while correcting this problem.

saywha?

Or maybe everyone will learn how to play nice and start understanding that sharing content is the smartest business model for everyone involved. That's why YouTube has been such a success. Many smart companies aren't worries about copyright issues when it comes to posting videos--they're happy for the free promotion, which in turn drives traffic back to their own sites.

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