A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Google’s YouTube Inc. didn't violate copyright law by allowing copyrighted videos on their site. Viacom Inc. had sued YouTube, saying the video-hosting site tried to use copyrighted works for profit, but Google argued the site is protected under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton said that because YouTube immediately removed any videos when asked, he could not rule in Viacom's favor. Viacom will appeal the ruling.
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