YouTube beefs up anti-piracy tools

10/7/2009 | NYTimes.com

YouTube is changing the way it handles video piracy and paving the road to greater revenue for itself. The site struck deals with three companies that convert video content, so that YouTube can find unauthorized content soon after it is posted. Finding unauthorized content enables YouTube to sell ads for the content and split the money with the contents' copyright holders.

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