Google-owned YouTube has presented a number of thorny copyright problems since its inception (and one high-profile copyright infringement judicial opinion has resulted from litigation in which the service was a defendant). This article looks at a recent agreement between YouTube and music publishers and points out that the agreement does not do much to repair YouTube users' general misunderstanding of copyright laws.
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