The judge overseeing the copyright fight between Viacom and Google doesn't want to wait to give the public access to the documents in the case.
U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton has denied Google's Friday request to wait until June and ordered the companies to figure out which information is too sensitive to release, such as trade secrets, within 10 days of filing. Stanton said everything else will be open to the public. Peter Kafka over at All Things Digital was first to report the news.
For three years, most of the information in the case has not … Read more