Viacom is getting its hands on some of YouTube's sensitive user data as a result of the copyright infringement lawsuit the conglomerate filed a year ago.
The two companies are in the discovery part of the case and must make certain information available to each other. On Wednesday, a federal judge ruled that Google must turn over YouTube user activity--videos watched, IP addresses, and usernames.
Google responded on Thursday in a statement to the court's order.
"We are pleased the court put some limits on discovery," Google said in the statement, "including refusing to … Read more