Yesterday, a judge ordered Google to reveal YouTube users' information.
The search meg(ood)alopoly has already expressed its disappointment at the ruling.
"We are disappointed," said Google's legal counsel.
Viacom's legal counsel was equally depressed by the proceedings:
"The information that is produced by Google is going to be limited to outside advisers who can use it solely for the purpose of enforcing our rights against YouTube and Google," he said. "I can unequivocally state that we will not use any of this information to enforce rights against end users."
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