YouTube sued again

YouTube logo - what goes around comes aroundYouTube, popular video sharing site, is being sued again, this time by the English Premier League for, of course, copyright infringement.

The lawsuit claims that YouTube encouraged mass copyright infringement to boost traffic and public attention.

This is the second time YouTube, owned by Internet giant Google, has been sued. The first time honour goes to Viacom for their $1 billion lawsuit against YouTube.

Maybe YouTube should go back to their roots, and only allow people to broadcast themselves.


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