writes "Reuters is reporting on Time Warner's approach to YouTube's copyright problems. There has been much speculation that Google will be sued immediately over copyrighted material on YouTube but this is a case of Time Warner actually approaching Google to work out a deal on this issue. It appears artists and labels will have the choice when digging into Google's pockets either through a business deal or lawsuit. Which will they pick?"
Meanwhile, the AP is reporting on the possible development of a technology to automatically screen content as it is posted to YouTube
, which may sidestep some of these issues and disappoint users.