In the latest turn in Viacom's copyright infringement suit against YouTube and parent company Google, a federal judge ruled that Google must hand over YouTube users' IP addresses and user names, plus a history of videos they've viewed. The court order stipulates that data turned over to Viacom by Google must be used solely to prove Viacom's claim that YouTube is a hotbed of pirated video content. But the Electronic Frontier Foundation stills sees the ruling as a blow to user privacy. CNET News.com reporter Caroline McCarthy tells News.com's Leslie Katz why.
Plus, we talk to photographer Kevin Connolly. Born without legs, the self-proclaimed "camera geek" skateboarded through 15 countries taking digital pictures of strangers' expressions as they saw him roll by. He talks about the many reactions--and assumptions--he captured as part of The Rolling Exhibition.
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