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Is Google Protecting Copyright?
Google has suddenly found itself under fire for potential copyright infringement. A third-party independent ethics group is urging for the United States Congress to take a close look at Google’s copyright controls. The third-party group the group says they found hundreds of violations on Google’s video-hosting service, making the online location a base for illegally copied movies.
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