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Re: Fox Subpoenas YouTube Over '24' Episodes
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2007-01-25 15:09:03
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20th Century Fox has served YouTube and another video-sharing site, LiveDigital, with subpoenas to hand over information about the user who uploaded episodes of the hit TV series "24" before they aired this month. The user also uploaded recent episodes of "The Simpsons." It is not known how YouTube will handle the request. Last year, the firm complied with a similar request from a movie studio; however, that was before it was acquired for $1.65 billion by Google, which has often challenged such subpoenas.

Re: Fox Subpoenas YouTube Over '24' Episodes
Posted by: jhnstjas 2007-01-26 16:31:27 In reply to: Erika Morphy
I dont see the big deal. Its a TV show. Most every one has cable TV. The only ones getting cheated are the sponsors.
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