Viacom May Soon Have Your YouTube Password A judge ordered YouTube to hand over the log-on names and the Internet addresses of its users to media giant Viacom. The matter is stirring up major privacy concerns.
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Viacom May Soon Have Your YouTube Password

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Viacom May Soon Have Your YouTube Password

Viacom May Soon Have Your YouTube Password

Viacom May Soon Have Your YouTube Password

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Google's online video service YouTube faced a setback in court this week. A judge ordered YouTube to hand over the log-in names and the Internet addresses to media giant Viacom. The matter is stirring up major privacy concerns.