“Viacom sued Google Inc.’s YouTube in March for $1 billion charging it with ‘massive intentional copyright infringement’ after finding hundreds of thousands of Viacom-owned videos uploaded to the service without its permission,” Reuters reports.
“‘We’re always vigilant about protecting our copyrights,’ a Viacom spokesman said. ‘But we would welcome the opportunity to license our content to Apple as we do with all distributors,’ he said. Viacom separately has a deal to sell some of its shows on Apple Inc.’s iTunes digital media store,” Reuters reports.
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