Seth Bumbalough
YouTube is the #1 video sharing website in theworldCreated by college students trying to find a wayto share videos onlineC...
As found on YouTube
   Tur vs. YouTube       Robert Tur (July 14, 2006)       Professional photographer       Filed lawsuit for several of...
   Viacom vs. YouTube       1 Billion Dollar lawsuit by Viacom       Federal Judge ordered viewer history of YouTube to...
   YouTube is a social network       People share new videos       Very engaging materials       Allows for comments a...
   Diversity in Content   May help find target groups with what is posted   Possibility of low cost advertisement   Yo...
   YouTube is a great way to network and show off    talent in video production   Copyright laws are a nuisance to YouTu...
Breen, J. C. (2007). YouTube or YouLose? Can YouTube       Survive a Copyright Infrignement Lawsuit. The Berkely       Ele...
Holahan, C. (2008). Viacom vs. YouTube: Beyond Privacy.     Business Week.Lange, P. (2008). Publicly Private and Privately...
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  1. 1. Seth Bumbalough
  2. 2. YouTube is the #1 video sharing website in theworldCreated by college students trying to find a wayto share videos onlineCurrently owned by Google
  3. 3. As found on YouTube
  4. 4.  Tur vs. YouTube  Robert Tur (July 14, 2006)  Professional photographer  Filed lawsuit for several of his videos which were on YouTube without permission  Lawsuit not held due to Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) (Breen 2007, Griffith & Mckinny 2007, Pike 2007)
  5. 5.  Viacom vs. YouTube  1 Billion Dollar lawsuit by Viacom  Federal Judge ordered viewer history of YouTube to Viacom  I.P. Privacy concerns were brought up  Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) upheld personal privacy concerns (Brown 2007, Helft 2008, Holahan 2008)
  6. 6.  YouTube is a social network  People share new videos  Very engaging materials  Allows for comments and messages from YouTube users with another on these videos and personalized pages (Lange 2008)
  7. 7.  Diversity in Content May help find target groups with what is posted Possibility of low cost advertisement YouTube does not have to submit to National Law Standards (Except copyright laws) (Vintersvärd 2011)
  8. 8.  YouTube is a great way to network and show off talent in video production Copyright laws are a nuisance to YouTube, but has been able to use several laws to make sure viewers privacy is kept private YouTube regulates users and what content they share if copyright materials become an issue with any individual(s).
  9. 9. Breen, J. C. (2007). YouTube or YouLose? Can YouTube Survive a Copyright Infrignement Lawsuit. The Berkely Electronic PressBrown, J., Butzer, C., & Latham, R. (2007). Legal Implications of User Generated Content: YouTube, MySpace, Facebook.Griffith, D., & McKinney, B. (2007). Can Heather Gillette Save YouTube? Internet Service Providers and Copyright Liability. Issues In Information Age, 3(2).Helft, M. (2008). Google Told to Turn Over User Data of YouTube. The New York Times.Helft, M. (2008). YouTube Blocked in China, Google Says. The New York Times.
  10. 10. Holahan, C. (2008). Viacom vs. YouTube: Beyond Privacy. Business Week.Lange, P. (2008). Publicly Private and Privately Public: Social Networking on YouTube. Journal of Computer- Mediated Communication, 13, 361-380.Pike, G. H. (2007). Legal Issues: Google, YouTube, Copyright, and Privacy. Information Today, 24(4).Vintersvärd, A. (2011). Copyright in Social Media A Preparatory Study in Access to Protected YouTube Clips.

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