Douglas Lichtman

Professor of Law at the University of Chicago

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Professor of Law at the University of Chicago and an advisor to Viacom in its suit against Google and its YouTube website

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The Internet website  YouTube  is growing like mad. Last year's nine million monthly visitors skyrocketed to 133 million this year, and  Google purchased YouTube  for $1.65 billion.

Viacom Sues YouTube

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