Google plans YouTube antipiracy tool for September

Monday, 30 July 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Google aims to deliver in September a long-awaited and much-promised technology to combat piracy in its YouTube video sharing site.

During a hearing Friday in the copyright-infringement lawsuit that Viacom filed against Google, a Google attorney told the judge Google was working "very intensely" on a video recognition technology.

At Computerworld.

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