MySpace gives media companies tool to block videos

02/13/2007 | CNET

Seeking to address continuing copyright concerns of big media companies, News Corp. unit MySpace is providing free audio-fingerprinting software to allow them to block the unauthorized uploading of video clips. "Video filtering is about protecting artists and the work they create," Chris DeWolfe, CEO and co-founder of MySpace, said in a statement.

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