Google makes video anti-piracy tools a top priority

02/22/2007 | CNET

Google CEO Eric Schmidt said his company was committed to offering copyright-protection technologies to help all copyright holders battle unauthorized video sharing. Google-owned YouTube has previously said it would provide anti-piracy tools only to companies with which it is doing business.

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