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    Senior Member extreavirgin's Avatar
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    American Airlines subpoenas Google, YouTube

    update American Airlines is demanding that Google and video-sharing site YouTube reveal the name of the person who posted a portion of one of the airline's training videos on their Web sites.

    *This is really not looking good... some things come with big surprises
    problem with too many surfers now adays.. But it should be Youtube they should ask since it's where the video is uploaded..I am thinking of AVS for this (Adult verification system)
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    For security purposes, I suppose I agree. It's better when companies ask Google to reveal who provided information rather than filing suit against Google themselves because they provide a means of locating the information which shouldn't have been leaked (killing the messenger).
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