YouTube and Viacom plan to release previously sealed documents in a copyright lawsuit, according to All Things Digital. Both companies are scheduled to unseal the complaints and much of the supporting paperwork they've filed in the legal fight that stretches three years.
Here's the beef: Viacom argues Google's video site violated its copyright by streaming clips of the company's shows. YouTube argues its actions are protected by federal law.
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