NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Wednesday denied class-action status to copyright owners suing Google Inc over the use of material posted on YouTube without their permission. Full story
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People walk by a YouTube sign at the new Google office in Toronto, in this November 13, 2012 file photo. A U.S. judge on May 15, 2013 denied class-action status to copyright owners suing Google Inc over the use of material posted on YouTube without their permission. REUTERS/Mark Blinch/Files (
Robel Phillipos is seen in a still image acquired from an undated video on his YouTube channel on May 2, 2013. Phillipos has been charged with making false statements to investigators in connection with the Boston Marathon bombing. REUTERS/Robel Phillipos/YouTube via Reuters (UNITED STATES - Tags:
epa03515854 A file picture dated 16 October 2012 shows South Korean pop artist Psy, Jae-Sang Park, posing for photographs in Sydney, Australia. According to reports 21 December 2012, Psy's Gangnam Style video has become the first one to surpass one billion views on Youtube. EPA/TRACEY NEARMY AUSTR