In response to a recent court ruling that Google turn over personal data of users to Viacom in litigation discovery, The parties have apparently reached a deal to protect user data. "We are pleased to report that Viacom, MTV and other litigants have backed off their original demand for all users' viewing histories and we will not be providing that information," Google commented in a post on the official YouTube blog in the US overnight.
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Google has struck a deal to protect the personal data of millions of YouTube users in the $1bn (£497m) copyright court case brought against the video-sharing website by Viacom.
Under the deal, Google will make user information and internet protocol addresses from its YouTube subsidiary anonymous before handing over the data to Viacom in the US legal case.
Google has now agreed to provide Viacom redacted YouTube viewership database that removes user name and IP data. Technorati Tags: privacy, youtube, viacom, google