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YouTube wades through legal sewage water

A few years ago, Google bought YouTube for a nice sum of money: roughly $1.65 billion.  Since then, YouTube has grown and flourished, with the backing of Google and its hideously effective viral campaign and easy-to-use embedding.  With its addition of a flash re-render to increase compatibility across systems, YouTube set the bar for what all Internet video dump sites would strive to achieve in order to even be considered legitimate.

Even with the massive success that YouTube has brought Google, and the billions in revenue that Google’s shareholders have reaped benefits, it hasn’t been without its rough patches in the road, with some of those rough patches being six-foot pot holes.  


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