Monday, February 12, 2007
MySpace Adds Video Filtering
Los Angeles-based MySpace.com said today that it has implemented a pilot program to block unauthorized video from the firm's web site. MySpace said that it will use digital fingerprinting technology from Audible magic to screen out copyrighted videos. The new video filtering is an extension of the company's existing audio filtering of music files. Content producers using the audio and video filtering service include Univeral Music Group, NBC/Universal, and Fox.
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