YouTube's Hurley wants to "empower" users through video

05/18/2007 | Washington Post, The

YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, in their first major interview since the user-video site became a unit of Google Inc., discussed the coming debut of video ads, the need for tools to stop copyright infringement and the site's emerging role as a societal force. "YouTube is becoming much more than an entertainment destination," Hurley said. "We want to entertain, inform and empower people with video around the world."

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