YouTube deadline looms on Japan copyright concerns

Monday, 18 December 2006, 12:09 AM EST

A group of 23 Japanese entertainment industry associations and broadcasters has yet to receive a response from YouTube to complaints raised earlier this month regarding copyright infringement on the popular online video site.

The Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (JASRAC) sent a letter with the signature of the 23 organizations to YouTube Chief Executive Officer Chad Hurley and Chief Technology Officer Steve Chen on Dec. 5, urging the company to take a more proactive approach in identifying and removing copyrighted material from the site.

At InfoWorld.

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