Studios Balk At Content Control

Despite years of handwringing from the entertainment industry, YouTube users can still choose between hundreds of illegally uploaded full-length feature films. More surprising, however, is the that fact that studios can easily block their films by using YouTube’s Content ID program to identify their copyrighted content. Why don’t they? It’s a “mystery,” writes The Wall Street Journal.

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