Dupa ce un grup de japoonezi s-a plans, numarul materialelor video de pe YouTube s-a redus cu 29.549 „unitati” . „Atacatorii” au uploadat materiale video si audia fara a cere voie autororului, astfel au incalcat legea.
Mr. Asakura may ask YouTube to screen all the videos uploaded to the site, but itâ€™s a well known fact that theyâ€™re already working on the technology. This copyright issue will pretty much make or break YouTube, but fixing the problem completely (ie. removing unauthorized clips) could actually damage the experience for the siteâ€™s users. The trick – and what YouTube is attempting to do – will be to identify copyrighted content, then encourage the owners to leave it on the site in exchange for a cut of the revenue. Iâ€™m optimistic theyâ€™ll pull this off, and build YouTube into a much bigger property than MySpace over the next 18 months or so. Even so, it seems inevitable that theyâ€™ll face more legal action, even if it doesnâ€™t cripple them.
Citat preluat de pe mashable.com .
Eu zic sa nu-si puna sperantele in modificarile de comportament ale oamenilor, care s-ar putea sa intarzie sa apara…. 🙂
Thanks to Marius for the news.