Sunday, July 29, 2007

Google: 'we only want whats best for you'

You know, the Liberal kant.
Their official motto is . . . ummm 'do no harm'?

Anyway, after buying You-tube for all the money it's pulling in enhancements it can bring computer users, it got sued by the entertainment industry for copyright infringement.

They came to an agreement and will now see how popular they can stay without music videos. They have a new program to block copyrighted uploads that will start in fall (or winter,,,or whenever).

The technology will be as sophisticated as fingerprint technology used by the FBI and Google plans to roll it out in the fall, "hopefully in September," attorney Philip S. Beck of Barlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP told U.S. District Judge Louis L. Stanton, according to the AP. Fall runs from late September to late December.


The video recognition technology will allow copyright owners to provide a digital fingerprint that within a minute or two will trigger a block from YouTube whenever someone tries to upload a copyright video without permission, the AP reports.

So, the Peoples Internet default everything will now be the filesharing police?
Sounds kinda hypocritical appropriate for an avowadly Liberal company to be the enforcer of approved content, doesn't it?

Give it enough time and Google will be our new masters.
Not because it will have 'power', but because it will control everything on the internet, and only allow *approved* content to anyone- including governments.

(UPDATE) 11:45AM

Speaking of computers, I just got this note in my e-mail.

Apple Computer announced today that it has developed a computer chip that can store and play music in women's breast implants. The iTit will cost $499 or $599 depending on size. This is considered to be a major breakthrough because women are always complaining about men staring at their breasts and not listening to them.

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