News

Technology News

MySpace Starts 'Take Down Stay Down' Protection

Friday, May 11, 2007 6:45:00 AM PDT | VentureDeal Staff

LOS ANGELES, CA -- Online portal MySpace announced the implementation of a copyright protection feature that prevents users from re-posting video content on the portal after it has been removed at the request of the copyright owner.

The technology uses a digital fingerprint of the illegal content, so that when a piece is removed for copyright reasons, it cannot be reposted.  The system also integrates with the MySpace copyright filter, based on Audible Magic technology.  The filtering system works for both digital video and audio.

Email Page  Email Page | Print Page Print Page

Free Trial

Want unlimited access to the complete database with thousands of technology companies, VCs and transactions for only $25 per month?

Start your Free 14 Day Trial now – no obligation or credit card required.

Free 14 day trial. No Obligation. Click to Register.