Last week, as recently posted here and elsewhere, Viacom won the right to look at the user logs for Google's YouTube service. Viacom has insisted all along that YouTube served as a virtual library for content illegally lifted from numerous big name rights owners, Viacom's operations included (Paramount, CBS, MTV Networks, Showtime Networks).
Sooner or later, YouTube's users were likely to respond: Viacom pushes us, we push back. See for yourself:
And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
InformationWeek has more up online.
Let's just say this for now: One battle may be done, but the war's not over yet.