Mmmhh, do they have to give whole films, videos etc? Wouldn't just short clips be enough for the purpose of determining the "ownership"?

--Kari Haakana, 16-Oct-2007

For some content yes, where people can make full uploads (like music videos) - but how would you figure out if someone uploads a clip from a movie, unless you had the entire movie?

--JanneJalkanen, 16-Oct-2007

I guess it would be enough to give Google every fifth second of a movie. That would be useless as movie but you could do the verification. I *guess*.

--Kari Haakana, 16-Oct-2007

But that would then tie it up with the particular indexing technology they have at the moment. So if they invent something new later on, they might need every third second. Or every other frame. Or high-rez. They will work best with complete copies, since technology evolves rapidly.

--JanneJalkanen, 17-Oct-2007

isnt this for identifying - automatically, ideally before the uploaded movie file becomes publicly accessible - the copyright protected material illegally uploaded? i guess google gets a lot of pressure....

--jabberer, 28-Oct-2007

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